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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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We Don't Have a Lot This Week But BEWARE!!!

Butter Milk

Please note that we are moving away from the 5 litre Butter Milk to the 1 litre Butter Milk in the near future.

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    Jalapenos are currently in short supply, all other chillis are unaffected by this shortage, Morrocco production is down by around 15% which takes product from the Dutch production and as its early season volumes are extremely tight why not try out our 2kg box of mixed chillis instead?

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    Yellow Cherry Tomatoes

    Yellow cherry tomatoes are currently suffering with thin skins and discolouration before they are ripe. These tomatoes are staying green but are soft, please be aware if ordering. Other tomatoes can be used as a substitute.

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    Mini Leek

    The availability of mini leeks is tight due to the English weather. This has caused a delay and difficulties in supply from South Africa.

    Watch out as they are really struggling at the moment.

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    Forced Rhubarb

    Severe rain and colder temperatures are causing a shortfall with the Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb.

    We still have availability but beware if you are looking for volume its best to work in front as supply is tight.

    Robert still has one more shed to pick from but at the moment the roots are pretty much underwater - so please be mindful

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    Black Cabbage

    The UK black cabbage season has ended early due to the recent weather and flooding of the fields.

    We are moving onto imported produce however please be aware this means the supply will be quite tight and we will see an increased price for a short period of time.

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    We are now coming to the end of the Spanish and Egyptian season for strawberries, you are likely to see some larger than normal strawberries.

    Within around 2 weeks we will be moving onto Dutch produced fruit for a very short period until the UK season will soon be here.

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