With produce travelling from all corners of the globe there is always something you should stay away from.
This page is designed to ensure you don’t get caught out by listing something on your menu when supply is proving slightly tricky.
Fresh produce revolves around the climate so changes happen frequently, make sure you come back every week to find out what will be difficult during the coming week.
How Scary | Is Our Fly This Week???
The trusty parsnip is under threat this week due to reduced crop from the extensive heat we suffered in the summer.
Now everyone is getting giddy around Christmas demand is rising rapidly and that only means one thing that the value is rising alongside.
Its taken a while but the European crop of grape has come to an end.
Fruit is now being harvested and transported all the way from Brazil.
Prices are rising so; please be warned.
The annual autumnal dry up in supply of red chicory is about to occur.
Although white chicory will still be available the red is going to start to struggle as supply becomes extremely tight and prices escalate to unaffordable levels.
White chicory is a great alternative but if it’s the colour you are hunting for try to utilise Raddichio
The season is nearly coming to a close for the trusty Girolle. It won't be away for long but we will see it disappear over the next few days.
Yellow Foot chanterelle are a great alternative along with trompette at the back of next week.
We do have a stock of pickled Girolle or frozen if you still require a girolle fix.
The strawberry scenario continues as prices are high and the country of origin has moved.
We are now importing fruit from Egypt, and although the quality is excellent you will pay for the privilege of utilising strawberries on your menu.
We stock a range of strawberry products that may aid you in your strawberry fix – Freeze Dried, Puree, Frozen, Arome, Icecream the list goes on.
Both visual and eating qualities of this fruit is remarkable at the moment, but due to the fact they have an extensive logistical journey all the way from Brazil, they are not the most affordable at the moment.