This splendid medley are British-grown, from Sussex.
This has been a terrible year for potatoes. Prices are significantly up. These varieties, on display at C&C, are the following varieties: Maris Peer scraper; Melody; Aphrodite.
Spinach is in fine condition at this time of year.
Shonky with a pumpkin
Andy Byrant, aka 'Shonky', has spent a lifetime in the trade and works for P & I.
These Sechuan buttons are a taste sensation, supplied by Westlands as part of their WOW! range.
A classic winter salad.
Loading the trucks
Putting together an order for the trucks.
These knobbly roots are in season, with many supplies from France.
Flash at C and C
A ravishing display or 'flash' at wholesalers C & C.
Driver Robert Gooch and buyer Adrian
Robert Gooch (left) works for trucking company Robert Arnold. Adrian (right) is a buyer for Covent Garden Buyers, who is supplying orders for distribution to customers to Suffolk, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds.
Most British herbs are coming to an end. Coriander and parsley are two that last a little longer.
Chris Ross works as a buyer for Covent Garden Buyers. This company acts as a buying agent for customers across the country. They have four specialist buyers.
The stunning rainbow colours of chard are ideal for livening up winter.
Carrot field under water
Wright is a big carrot grower. This image, taped to the counter at wholesaler P & I, shows their fields under water. Poor weather has made their job difficult this year.
These butternut squashes, which arrived from Spain, are now heading for customers outside London.
Time: 4am. This is a busy period in the market, as orders are loaded in time to leave London before the dawn traffic and the congestion charge.