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Apple - Bramley Cooking
Approx. 3-4 apples per kilo.
The definitive English cooking apple. Large apples with a sharp acidic flavour which cook down to a smooth puree.Return to Top
Apple - Granny Smith
The most instantly recognisable of all apples. Extremely tart.
Apple - Pink Lady
Crisp, very sweet and slightly tart.Return to Top
Apple - Royal Gala
One of the most widely grown apples with a sweet flavour.
Velvety skin and flesh. Not too juicy but smooth and sweet. Full of beta-carotene and fibre.Return to Top
Also known as the alligator pear. A green or blackish skin with a large stone seed and greenish-yellow edible pulp.
Approx. 5 bananas per kilo
A smooth yellow tropical fruit, soft, seedless, creamy white sweet flesh.Return to Top
Berries - Blueberries
Naturally sweet. A good source of Vitamin C.
Berries - Strawberries
Locally grown strawberries.
A sweet, succulent, easy to eat berry. Rich in Vitamin C and a good source of dietary fibre.
Smooth, glossy skinned red to deep red or black in colour with soft, moist, sweet flesh.Return to Top
Approx. 25 dates per half kilo.
A sweet delicious fruit packed with nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
Sweet delicious fruit.Return to Top
Dates - Packet - Special Offer
2 Packets of dates for £1.00.
A pack of small donut nectarines.Return to Top
A pack of small donut peaches.
Soft and sweet. Full of fibre and vitamins.Return to Top
Grapefruit - Rose
Sweeter than the yellow grapefruit. One of the few good sources of Lycopene.
Grapefruit - Yellow
Slightly sour but pleasant taste. Rich in Vitamin C and Bioflavins.Return to Top
Grapes - Black
Seeded grapes, generally sweeter than the green variety. A handful of grapes count as one of your 5 a day.
Grapes - Green
Sweet and seedless. A handful of grapes counts as one of your 5 a day.Return to Top
A small fruit covered in shirt hairs. Fresh containes very fine black seeds. High in Vitamin C, Fibre and Vitamin E.
One of the most widely used citrus fruits.Return to Top
Used in many Asian recipes and cocktails.
Melon - Cantaloupe
A rich flavoured melon. An excellent source of Vitamin A.Return to Top
Melon - Galia
Pale tender flesh with a sweet flavour.
Melon - Honeydew
The most popular melon. Sweet and suucculent with seeds in centre.Return to Top
A smooth skinned fruit of the peach family.
Oranges - Large
Sweet and juicy. Perfect for juicing. Full of Vitamin C.Return to Top
Oranges - Small
Sweet and Juicy. Full of Vitamin C.
A fuzzy skinned fruit with aromatic, juicy flesh. Many uses including desserts and jams.Return to Top
Pears - William
Considered a summer pear. Not as tolerant to cold conditions. Often used in desserts.
Also known as the Chinese Gooseberry. Small orange fruits covered in paper like leaves. Widely used as a decoration for desserts.Return to Top
Juicy and fleshy. Low in calories.
Approx. 5 plums per half kilo.
Delicious and juicy. Low in calories. Widely used in desserts.Return to Top
Seedless with a thin, easy peel skin.