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This week we have been looking at roses, one of the world’s favourite flowers. Roses are particularly popular as gifts, and traditionally we have bought them from florists and supermarkets.
As Autumn looms, the purchase of green vegetables starts to rise as consumers turn their thoughts once again to roast dinners, comforting stews and hot food.
People feel very proud of buying local produce and in many cases it lessens the environmental impact of food production.
Cool, juicy, sweet and sharp, the pineapple is a prince among fruits. Its magnificent appearance in facets of gold, crowned with green, has made it a design icon for centuries.
From a new-look ready meal, to exotic fruits, to fashionable foodies and the newly available Squaffles and Snowbergines, the UK fresh produce market is experiencing some huge changes.
Summer holidays are coming to an end, and that dreaded phrase Back to School is hanging over the nation’s children. Once the school shoes and stationery are sorted, the contents of the daily lunch box need to be addressed.