In this photo, a loyal customer of the Market - David Jackson from Staines Farm Shop in Whitstable - models a Buddha's Hand citrus. (He also features in the latest edition of Market Times).
Bergamot, cedro, kumquats and yuzu are speciality lines - read more in our Chef's Guide. Less flashy options include early clementines and satsumas.
The season for kaki fruit (a.k.a. persimmons) has begun. This fruit is extremely popular in mainland Europe but still building traction here in the UK.
Kiwis are a highlight, too, with more growers of the fruit in Southern Europe. You can find red kiwis from Italy, for example, or diminutive kiwi berries.
It's a great time for exotics such as pineapple and mango, although excellent mango varieties such as Osteen and Kent are now cultivated closer to home in Spain.
British brassicas are brilliant at this time of year. Sprouts and tops, of course, in the run up to Christmas.
Cauliflower is squeaky fresh - this from the legendary grower Bones in Kent.
Kales and purple sprouting also on hand.
Here's the flash from P & I - celebrating the best of British.
Note the squashes - which are abundant on the Market. It's a great month for roots, including Jerusalem artichokes, crosnes, parsley root and chervil root. Leafy lines include puntarelle and other chicories from Italy such as early Tradivo and Castelfranco radicchio.
How about some terrific leafy celery?
Or lovely purple garlic from France?
It's also prime time for wild mushrooms, with Trompette, Cep, Mousseron and more. Below some fresh walnuts - another festive essential.
Not long now until the first blood oranges and Yorkshire forced rhubarb. See you in December for our next Market Report. In the meantime, why not pop down to Buyer's Walk to have a look for yourself?