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Selecting seasonal produce is the best way to ensure you are buying the freshest fruit and vegetables available. Seasonal produce can also have a higher nutritional value than produce that has been stored for long periods.
Simply click on the tabs to view what is in season. You can also access a collection of recipes utilizing those seasonal ingredients under each tab.
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To view a recipe collection for Summer click here
Hot summer days and a refreshing slice of watermelon - they are made for each other. And if you prefer something to fleshy to bite into, stone fruits like peaches, mangoes, nectarines and cherries are all around. Check what else is in harvest this season.
Apples, aubergine, Avocado, beans, beetroot, berries, butternut, capsicums, carrots, celery, cherries, courgettes, cucumber, lettuce, mushrooms, nectarines, new season potatoes, pears, plums, melons, spring onions, sweetcorn, tomatoes.
To view a recipe collection for Autumn click here
It’s the season for stir-fries, pears and apples as March sees Asian greens hitting the markets, pears come into season in April, and apples not far behind in May.
Apples, aubergine, beans, beetroot, butternut, carrots, capsicums, celery, courgettes, figs, feijoa, leeks, mushrooms, nectarines, parsnips, persimmon, plums, raspberries, swedes, tomatoes, turnips.
To view a recipe collection for Winter click here
Warm up this season with a hearty vegetable soup. Pumpkins, leeks and potatoes are all in season. Mushrooms are a great source of protein to combat those winter flu.
Apples, artichoke, carrots, kiwifruit, kumara, lemon, , lime, leeks, mandarin, oranges, parsnips, pears, persimmon, rhubarb, Swedes, turnips, yams
To view a recipe collection for Spring click here
Bananas are still in season. Keep some on hand for a nutritious snack. Spring is the time for artichokes, and if you haven’t tried cooking them, they’re not as difficult as you may think. Those with a sweet tooth, enjoy strawberries while they’re in season.
Apples, artichoke, asparagus, avocado, broccoli, cauliflower, cherries, courgettes, kumara, leeks, lettuce, mandarins, mushrooms, peaches, pears, oranges, strawberries, NZ spinach