Seasonally speaking, November can be a bit “as you were” from last month with roots and brassicas firmly embedded on many Autumnal menus. This may be the case but there is still a delightful profusion of offerings to keep the seasonal vibes running through any menu adjustments.
Two key things to look out for this month are the transition on to Southern Hemisphere fruit and a full changing of the guard in the salad world.DOWNLOAD THE PDF VERSION OF THE REPORT HERE
All Root Vegetables will come into their own in November, Turnips, Swede, Beetroot, Parsnips especially if we get some cold frosty conditions.
UK Broccoli traditionally ends around the first week, there will not be any gap as Spanish has already started so continuity will be good. All brassicas are good and Sprouts have already started.
Southern hemisphere citrus season has finished and European season is now in full flow.
Excellent Satsumas but these will finish by the end of November. We will then move over to the fantastic Clementines – tasty!
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