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Produce News February 2017

The main news we have all been hearing about recently is the weather situation in Spain, France and Italy which has caused unprecedented levels of crop losses and shortages through January with this situation likely to continue through February and into March. Many plantings were lost in the floods before Christmas and the very cold Read More

Christmas & New Year Opening Times and Delivery

It’s that time of year again and to make sure that no one misses out on a delivery, here are our Festive opening times and delivery hours for December and into the New Year. We will be making deliveries to customers on the following days: Thur 22nd Dec – Working – Prep Veg. for 23rd/24th Read More

Produce News August 2016

For fresh produce wholesalers like us, August is an excellent month.  Not only do we still have the great tasting fruit and vegetables from summer still firmly on our tables, but we also can start to look forward to the delights that the autumn season will bring.   We wave goodbye to Jersey Royals for Read More

Produce News July 2016

June’s unseasonably wet and windy weather would have you all fooled into thinking that we are still in early spring and fighting through April Showers, rather than nearing the middle of summer. If one thing can remind us of what season it actually is, then fresh produce is it. Local asparagus had an early start Read More

Produce News for June 2016

It seems as though it was just yesterday that we were all getting ready for Christmas and all of a sudden it is six months later and we are talking about the great produce that is to come in June!   We can start by waving goodbye to the Blood Oranges; they are out for Read More

Produce News for May 2016

Last autumn and early winter was unseasonably warm and with this we had the benefits of extended seasons on some of our winter leafy vegetables. However we are now paying the price with a gap in the supply of spring cauliflowers which all matured early and now are virtually finished so steer clear of this Read More

Produce News January/February 2016

General Situation After a very mild autumn and start to winter we are anticipating a few knock on effects going forward particularly with our local vegetable crops. There are likely to be gaps in the cauliflower and green cabbage crops which may run short at some time in the February/March period. The mild weather has Read More

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