Delicious red or green apples, locally sourced - available each Eating apples can be eaten with the skin on – just wash thoroughly first. Store th...View full details
Locally sourced fruit, packed to order.
Fruit consists largely of water, it's 100% bad cholesterol free, has lots of fibre and stimulates the memory too!
Although it’s technically a fruit, the mild-flavoured avocado is also used as a vegetable. Prepare them using a small, sharp knife. Run a blade al...View full details
Price is per kg All bananas are extremely nutritious; rich in potassium, riboflavin, niacin and fibre, and the rapid energy boost given by their hi...View full details
Price is per 125g punnet. Blueberries are a nutrient-packed berry that imparts lots of juice when cooked and ideal for cakes, cheesecake and sauces.
Locally produced Bramley cooking apples. Professional chefs and home cooks alike have long recognised that Bramleys are the best apple for cooking...View full details
The smallest and sweetest variety of the tangerine clementines are sweet and tangy, contain no seeds and are recognisable by their loose, baggy bri...View full details
We've created a box of delicious locally sourced fresh fruits. This box contains – 4 x red apples1 x 1kg bananas1 x punnet of strawberries4 x pears...View full details
Red or White Seedless grapes – approximate weight 500g Grapes store for a couple of weeks lightly wrapped in the fridge. Some grapes don’t peel eas...View full details
Price is Each Peel off the skin with a knife or vegetable peeler, then chop or slice. Alternatively, to eat it as a snack, cut in half and scoop ou...View full details
Price is each A very sharp, acidic citrus fruit with a shiny yellow skin and bitter but zingy flavour. Lemons are rich in vitamin C but have a low ...View full details
Price is Each To extract the maximum amount of juice, make sure the limes are at room temperature, and firmly roll them back and forth under your p...View full details
Thin-skinned mangoes are best for eating raw or, when unripe, using in chutneys. Thick-skinned mangoes are better for salsas and puddings. Try the...View full details
Melons have a very high water content and fragile flesh. They are best eaten raw and treated very simply. Ripe melons shouldn’t need any extra swee...View full details
Price is Each To juice oranges, halve and use a lemon squeezer. For zesting, the best oranges to use are unwaxed or organic. If you can’t find eith...View full details
Price is each Fresh peaches are second to none, and are perfect eaten as they are (with the obligatory peach juices running down faces and arms!), ...View full details
Price is Each Their skin is edible, but they can be peeled a number of ways. If you want to keep them whole, leave the stem on, then use a vegetabl...View full details
Pineapple - Each To minimise waste, cut off the skin, then cut v-shaped diagonal ‘trenches’ from all around the pineapple to remove its ‘eyes’. Pin...View full details
The juiciest fruit in the stone fruit family, plums come in many different varieties, some sweet, some slightly more tart. All plums however have c...View full details
The pomegranate is a round fruit about the size of a large orange with thick leathery skin that encases juicy, pale-pink or deep-crimson pulpy seed...View full details
The best way to prepare them is to bring the fresh raspberries up to room temperature before eating to maximise their flavour. Puréed, sieved and s...View full details
Although redcurrants are a little tart but they're still sweet enough to be eaten raw, so long as they're sprinkled with plenty of sugar. They have...View full details
Price is each Satsumas are small, slightly flattened, bright-orange citrus fruit, with seedless, sweet, easy to separate segments.
Strawberries are an excellent source of vitamins C and K as well as providing a good dose of fibre, folic acid, manganese and potassium. They also ...View full details