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    13th July 2017

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  • AB Fruits July Market Report

  • FRUIT… Strawberries have been hit and miss recently due to the break between early and late crops, plus the elevated temperatures but hopefully this will improve as we head towards August. Red and Green Gooseberries are now available, they’re usually at their best during July and come to an end in August, so get them while you can. Due to the hot weather there’s an abundance of Black Currants available, they look great but are only available between July and September so won’t be here for long. Red Currants are available all year round but they’re in season and at their best right now, their vibrant colour making them spot on for presentation. All Stone Fruits are available including Peaches,

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    19th June 2017

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  • AB Fruits June Market Report

  • FRUIT… English Strawberries are in season and available and will be with us all summer long. Early quality is very good and prices are keen too. We also have some lovely, plump English Blackberry’s & Raspberry’s and we expect Blueberry’s, Red Currents and Gooseberries towards the end of the month too. All Stone Fruits are available including Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots and Cherries. We currently have product coming in from across the continent and the quality is getting better day by day. Prices are still a little firm but should ease as more product becomes available. Honeydew & Watermelons have been in short supply and very expensive, which unfortunately has affected the quality as well. We understand this is a short-term

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    29th March 2017

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  • Easter at AB Fruits

  • With Easter being only a couple of weeks away, it is getting to that time where you need to start hiding your eggs, picking your roasting vegetables and looking for that beautiful lamb joint. Here are AB Fruits we believe that vegetables are the most important part of the meal. With our wide selection of fresh and prepared vegetables, we can supply you with all the vegetables you could possibly need. It may be easy to make a traditional roast dinner, but we like to encourage our customers to be more open minded with their vegetable choices. The way you cook your vegetables can make all the difference, whether you boil, fry, mash, roast, steam, slow cook or even sauté.

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