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What's Tricky This Coming Week ???

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.

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    Tarragon is starting to struggle with supply as the heat from a few weeks back at home and within Europe has started to hit volume on imported options.

    Tarragon is a delicate but most flavoursome option - We do have limited supply but please becareful as volume arriving is sporadic.

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    Sweet Potatoes

    If you are utilising sweet potato please be careful as prices are rising due to the stored product over in the U.S.A running dry.

    New season product is a few weeks away although supply is there it will cost your GP so please WATCH OUT!!!

    There are not many alternatives to this most radical of flavours so the only thing you could possibly do is cut back on your consumption until new season crop arrives.

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    Loose Coloured Carrot

    Coloured loose carrots have come to an end as supply from stored options run dry.

    Although the thick coloured options are having a rest new seasons freshly plucked bunched rainbow carrots are available.

    The only issue will be you have to buy a bunch which will conatin all colours which is amazing.

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    European tomatoes are all in the hands of the Dutch as growth from other areas of Europe have grind to a halt.

    The Dutch have captured the season for a period so proices are high until Spain comes to the rescue in a few weeks time.

    Heirloom, cherry, plum, round, beef are all affected - Utilise local cropping fruit for a more affordable option.

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    Baby Spinach/Large Leaf Spinach

    Spinach is really struggling as heavy rain here in the UK and extreme heat in Europe over the last few weeks has crippled crops.

    The delicate leaves have either been swamped or blistered by the heat making supply this coming week and possibly onwards for a few weeks really tricky.

    We do have some volume but be prepared - Kale or other greens are a good alternative or we do stock a great IQF leaf spinach which could help

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