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What's Hot 21.02.17

Author: Caroline Elwin

Added 3 years, 8 months ago.

What's Hot


Fresh In

Best Quality

Cornish Cauliflower
6's & 8's

Please contact your account handler for more information







UK Bramley, Howgate Wonder.
UK, Russets, French Granny Smith and Braeburn,
Belgium Conference Pears  
Spanish Strawberries, Mexican Blackberries, Chilian Blueberries, Spanish Raspberries and Dutch Red Currants.
Dutch forced Rhubarb, Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb very tight at the moment.
Ruby and Marsh Grapefruit
Saville Bitter Oranges
Egyptian oranges available
Red & Green Grapes
Premium quality Banana
Italian Kiwifruit
Honeydew, Watermelon, Cantaloupe & Galia Melon -
Various nuts
Medjoul Dates and Ravier Dates
box Clems
Loose 5kg Chestnuts.
French vac-packed Chestnuts now in.
Hazel nuts 20x300g
Mixed Nuts 15x400g
Walnuts 12x400g
Almonds 15x400g
Pecan 20x300g


Cornish Jazzy Midds looking great.
French Agata Midds also with us.
French Ratte,Violetta and Pink Fir Pots.
V/p Corn on the Cob,
New season Spanish  Bunched Carrots
New Season Bunched Beetroot direct from Spain
French Loose 5kg Heritage Carrots
Spanish 6kg Calabrese,Nice and fresh ,Prices easing !
Tender stem Broccoli.
English Red and Green Kales.
Pre-packed and Bunched  Cavolo Nero Cabbage from our local farm.
Purple Sprouting from the local farm.
Cornish Spring green looking crisp and fresh
Cornish Cauliflower with us, looking nice and fresh
English Savoy and January King cabbage 8ct/6ct
Portuguese Hispi Cabbage 15ct looking nice and fresh
Fresh Spanish  Broad Beans and Peas
English 5/6ct Celeriac.
English New season Mixed Chantanay Carrots
Parsnip looking good.
Devon swede
Carrots selling well,
English  Leeks coming thru really nice.
New season Spanish Onions.
Red Onions, Finished with English Now working Dutch.
Dutch Ware onions


Lime quality is excellent with 48’s and 54’s on stock.
Mangoes Ripe and ready to eat.
Physallis is on special offer this week.
Passion fruit looking fantastic.
Avocadoes are Ripe and ready to eat.
Kenyan Fine Beans –Are still a little short due to drought in Kenya.
Mexican 20 x 250g asparagus looking very nice with lower prices.
Thai Baby Corn looking good with prices decreasing.
MT & Sugar Snap – Looking fantastic with Egyptian on stock.  
UK & African Baby Veg is very short.
Sweet Potato –Excellent quality L1 and XL with a fresh container in this week.



Green/Red/Yellow/Tri-colour Peppers are coming a bit cheaper now.
Salad Cress is fresh in with more arriving tomorrow.
Mixed Baby Leaf and Rocket are back to full availability. Please speak to Account Manager for an update on the price.
Iceberg has come a bit cheaper – Fresh Spanish x12’s on stock.
Fine Endive is still strong.
Cos Lettuce has come a little cheaper now.
Little Gem, Lollo Biando, Lollo Rosso and Oakleaf was fresh in over the weekend.
Radicchio is also on offer this week. Fresh stock in, good in colour and size. Please speak to Account Manager for prices.
Aubergines and Celery are all there.
Egyptian Spring Onions are very short. We are currently working a x48 count which is flying out!
Beef Tomatoes are coming a little cheaper now – Moroccan x28’s on stock.
Cherry Tomato x9 P/P, Cherry Vine Tomato, Heritage Tomato, Plum Tomato, Vine Tomato and Classic Tomatoes are all available.

It’s always good practice to wash products before consumption, Any questions please contact our technical department


From Our Farm

Kale Green pp or Bunch  prices increasing due to high demand
Red Kale Bunch lots available
Black cabbage  pp or Bunch  prices higher this week limited availability
Jan. King, Savoy, Red cabbage
Purple sprouting  x 10 bunches good volumes this week
Jerusalem artichoke   
Beetroot Candy, Golden x 5 kilo
Chard Rainbow Bunch Indoor great product
Swiss Chard Bunch Indoor          


Russet x 70
Bramley Apple
Howgate Cooking apple



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