He may not be the largest fruit grower in terms of size, but few can beat Mark Eastwood for attention to detail.
Three British beauties headline this month. First, these perfect Bobby beans from the Wye Valley - love the packaging!
This month, British flowers continue to be in wonderful abundance at New Covent Garden Flower Market.
In this month's Product Profile, we're taking a look at astilbe, which is currently in season. With its delicate feathery plumes, it's a popular filler flower, perfect for adding texture to de
This is the intertwined story of two feisty food plants - both highly prized in their respective food cultures, which have evolved 5,000 miles apart.
Meet Matt - a lucky grocer. His fruit stall is outside Vauxhall Station, just a few minutes from the Market, so he can grab some extra sleep each morning.
If you're on the look-out for British flowers, then you'll be absolutely spoilt for choice at New Covent Garden Flower Market this month!
Who are the farmers of tomorrow? Here on Buyers' Walk, you seldom cross paths with the young men and women training for a career in food production.
For top notch ingredients this June, look no further than these beauties below - asparagus and garlic scapes, the flowering shoot of a garlic plant.
Summer is starting to make an appearance at New Covent Garden Flower Market this month with a wonderful array of seasonal British blooms now available from many traders.
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