There's a wonderful range of British produce including apples and pears, cobnuts, soft fruits and (blueberries, raspberries). These are Cox apples over at wholesaler H G Walker.
It's a great time for roots of all kinds including chervil root, celeriac and parsley root. These are the two main varieties of Jerusalem artichoke over at The French Garden.
Italian citrus is a highlight, with Miyagawa clementines, bergamot, leafy lemons.
Figs are also terrific - Turkish bursa, French and Italian.
Excellent wild mushrooms, including girolle, grey chanterelle, Trompette and Pied de Mouton.
Here' something special - Italian prickly pears still attached to their cactus leaf - spotted at European Speciality Foods.
Other highlights include grapes (including Muscat), quince, puntarella and more.
These are pomegranates still with their leaves.
For something different, how about these heritage corns?
You will find chestnuts and wet walnuts - still milky and subtle sweet in flavour.
Not long until Christmas now. See you in November, with some classic festive produce.
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