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Strawberries - 500g

The fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red colour, juicy texture, and sweetness.

£3.95
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Apples - Cox's

This is the classic English apple, often regarded as the finest of all dessert apples, it remains unsurpassed for its richness and complexity of flavour. Although Cox is often considered  a variety to keep for a few months, we suspect this is a hangover from Victorian tradition before the invention of modern controlled atmosphere storage techniques, because it does not really keep that long. 

Cox is not really a "late" apple variety and is perhaps better considered a late-picking mid-season variety

£0.35
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Apples Braeburn - each

Braeburn apples Braeburns are very crispy with a fabulous 'sweet & sour' taste.

£0.35

Apples Bramley each

Apples are in season in the UK from late summer to late Autumn, though available from store or imported all year round (we do not touch air freight).

£0.40
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Apples Granny Smith - each

The Granny Smith is a tip-bearing apple cultivar, which originated in Australia in 1868.[1] It is named after Maria Ann Smith, who propagated the cultivar from a chance seedling Granny Smith apples are light green in colour.

£0.35

Apples Royal Gala - each

Apples are in season in the UK from late summer to late Autumn, though available from store or imported via sea and land freight all year round.

£0.35

Apples Russett - each

These are one of the oldest and most loved apples grown in England - the Russett. This is not a mainstream apple, they have a distinctive flavour and appearance. They're dry and nutty with a firm flesh, making them a perfect addition to the grown-up's lunch box.

£0.50
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Avocado- Ready to Eat

We have now moved onto 'Ready To Eat' Avocado - these should be just perfect from the moment youget them; great in a salad, on toast or to make a great classic, guacamole


£1.30
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Bananas - each

Probably the best known, most popular tropical fruit, their name probably derives from the Arabic for finger, 'banan'.

£0.25

Blueberries - punnet

Small, round, smooth-skinned and fleshy with tiny seeds, blueberries grow on shrubs on peaty moors and uplands, predominantly in North America.

£1.99
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Conference Pears - each

In the UK, pears are an autumnal treat and are in season between the months of September and February.

£0.35
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Cranberries - punnet

You know it must nearly be Christmas when we are ordering Cranberries...

£2.50
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Figs

This striking fruit, with its fresh green or deep purple skin and vibrant deep pink flesh, is a wonderful addition to the autumnal table.

£0.80
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Grapefruit - Yellow

Available all year round, though they tend to be juicier and sweeter during the spring and winter.

£0.70
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Grapefruit Ruby

Available all year round, though they tend to be juicier and sweeter during the spring and winter.

£0.70
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Grapes - Flame (per 0.5 Kg)

Grapes grow in clusters of 6 to 300, and can be crimson, black, dark blue, yellow, green and pink.

£1.99
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Grapes - Green (per 0.5 Kg)

Grapes grow in clusters of 6 to 300, and can be crimson, black, dark blue, yellow, green and pink.

£1.99
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Kiwifruit

The brown and hairy exterior of this egg-shaped fruit doesn't look promising, but inside it's a different story - sweet, yielding, bright green flesh, prettily dotted with black seeds.

£0.35
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Lemons

Oval in shape, with a pronounced bulge on one end, lemons are one of the most versatile fruits around, and contain a high level of Vitamin C.

£0.40
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Limes

The same shape, but smaller than lemons, with a bright green, fairly smooth skin, limes are highly aromatic and have a taste that's both stronger and slightly sweeter than lemons. Limes are available all year round.

£0.35
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Mango

There are many different kinds of mangoes that range in color, shape, flavor and seed size. While the skin color of mangoes can vary from green to red, yellow or orange, the inner flesh of the mango is mostly a golden yellow.

£2.50
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Melon - Canteloupe

The Cantaloupe is defined by two elements: its roughly netted stone and green colored skin and its aromatic orange-coral colored flesh. When perfectly ripe, the flesh is juicy, unctuous and sweet. 

£2.50
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Melon - Galia

The Galia is a type of melon similar to a cantaloupe, though larger, and with deep green flesh.

£1.60
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Melon - Honeydew

A surprising fact about this hero is that despite their name, honeydew melons are not loaded with sugar. If you're concerned about the carb count of this sweet-tasting melon, keep in mind that honeydews have a high percentage of water that dilutes their natural sugars. Honeydew melons also provide some fiber and several essential micronutrients, including vitamin C and potassium. A honeydew has a round to slightly oval shape, typically 15–22cm long.

£1.90
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Nectarines - Each

First of the season, these juicy little chaps are bursting with sweetness and flavour. A little firm, to last the week, if you can keep your little mitts off them!

£0.60
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Oranges - Juicing each

The sunniest of fruits is at its best during the bleakest of months - during the winter. Juicing oranges supplied to the UK from Valencia are high in quality and low in price.

£0.30
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Oranges - Medium

Oranges are not cultivated commercially in the UK. It's perhaps surprising that this sunniest of fruits is at its best during the bleakest of months - during the winter, oranges supplied to the UK from southern Europe (particularly Spain) are high in quality and low in price.

£0.40
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Oranges - Satsumas - 500g

The fruit of the satsuma is sweet and usually seedless, about the size of other mandarin oranges, smaller than an orange.

£1.50
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Passion Fruit

The passion fruit is round to oval, dark purple at maturity, with a soft to firm, juicy interior filled with numerous seeds.

£0.35
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Pineapple

With its tuft of spiky, dusty green leaves and cross-hatched, golden orange skin, the pineapple has an unmistakable appearance.

£2.20
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Plums (per 0.5 Kg)

British plums are soft-fleshed and loose-stoned and can be divided into two groups: sweet ‘dessert’ varieties such as Avalon and sweet-sour ‘cooking’ plums such as Czar. Out-of-season. 

£1.90
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Pomegranate

The pomegranate is a round fruit about the size of a large orange with thick leathery skin that encases juicy, pale-pink or deep-crimson pulpy seeds, held in place by a bitter-tasting, creamy-yellow membrane.

£1.80
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Quince - each

The fruit is knobbly and ugly, with an irregular shape and often a gray fuzz — especially when the fruit has been picked underripe. The ripest, nicest quince will have a golden tone and smooth skin like pictured directly above.

Quince may be the most difficult, yet consequently rewarding, fruit we have ever encountered. It’s completely inedible when raw, but, if you peel, hack it up, then cook it, those scents blossom into an indescribably wonderful perfume, and the fruit itself magically turns from yellowed white to a deep rosy pink.

When you stew quince in sugar and a little water or wine, it becomes not just edible but delicious — sweet, delicate, fragrant.

£1.00
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Raspberries (punnet)

Raspberries are so delicious it's hard to choose a raspberry recipe. Fill a Victoria sponge with fresh raspberries, or use them in a classic summer pudding. If you're lucky enough to have a glut, then it's time to make raspberry jam.

£2.75
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Watermelon

From the cucurbit family, watermelons are herbaceous annual plants with a prostrate or climbing nature and with a very spread root system.

£3.50
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