Eating in season is an easy way to reduce your carbon footprint. Out of season foods have to be flown in from across the world where as if you stick to our guide you'll be able to find what you want either locally sourced or from 'across the pond'. Not only will the produce be cheaper whilst in season it also supports the world's natural eco-systems.

J a n u a r y Beetroot
Cabbage
Orange
Turnip
Cauliflower
Apples
Parsnip
Banana
Brussels sprouts
Pear
Celeriac
Celery
Pomegranate
Clementine
Leek
Swede
Grapefruit
Lemon
Sweet potato
Kale
Onion
Rhubarb
F e b r u a r y Apples
Celeriac
Parsnip
Banana
Celery
Pomegranate
Brussels sprouts
Kale
Turnip
Cabbage
Leek
Rhubarb
Cauliflower
Lemon
Swede
Clementine
Onion
Sweet potato
Grapefruit
Orange
M a r c h Banana
Onion
Brussels sprouts
Orange
Cabbage
Parsnip
Cauliflower
Pepper
Sweet potato
Celeriac
Pomegranate
Leek
Rhubarb
Lemon
A p r i l Banana Cabbage
Pepper
Cauliflower
Pomegranate
Celeriac
Potato
Grapefruit
Rhubarb
New potatoes
Spinach
Onion
M a y Apricot
Onion
Spinach
Banana
Peas
Cabbage
Pepper
Grapefruit
Pomegranate
Lettuce
Potato
Nectarine
Radish
New potatoes
Rhubarb
J u n e Apricot
Cabbage
Potato
Aubergine
Carrot
Runner bean
Banana
New potatoes
Spinach
Blackcurrants
Onion
Strawberry
Courgette
Peas
Radish
Tomato
Lettuce
Pepper
Rhubarb
Nectarine
Pomegranate
J u l y Apricot
Broad bean
Peas
Spinach
Asparagus
Cabbage
Pepper
Strawberry
Aubergine
Carrot
Pomegranate
Tomato
Banana
Lettuce
Potato
Watermelon
Beetroot
Nectarine
Radish
Cherry
New potatoes
Raspberry
Courgette
Onion
Redcurrant
Runner bean
A u g u s t Apricot
Blackberry
Peach
Runner bean
Aubergine
Broad bean
Peas
Spinach
Banana
Broccoli
Pepper
Strawberry
Beetroot
Cabbage
Onion
Tomato
Carrot
Celery
Pomegranate
Watermelon
Courgette
Fig
Radish
Raspberry
Lettuce
Nectarine
Lettuce
Redcurrant
S e p t e m b e r Apples
Blackberry
Celeriac
Peas
Runner bean
Apricot
Broad bean
Celery
Pepper
Spinach
Aubergine
Broccoli
Parsnip
Pomegranate
Banana
Cabbage
Peach
Radish
Sweetcorn
Beetroot
Carrot
Fig
Plum
Strawberry
Courgette
Lettuce
Pear
Raspberry
Tomato
Leek
Nectarine
Onion
Redcurrant
O c t o b e r Apples
Broccoli
Lettuce
Pomegranate
Aubergine
Brussels sprouts
Parsnip
Turnip
Banana
Cabbage
Pear
Pumpkin
Beetroot
Celeriac
Pepper
Radish
Blackberry
Celery
Plum
Sweet potato
Cranberry
Fig
Peas
Runner bean
Kale
Leek
Onion
Tomato
N o v e m b e r Apples
Celeriac
Lettuce
Turnip
Banana
Celery
Parsnip
Beetroot
Kale
Pear
Sweet potato
Brussels sprouts
Peas
Runner bean
Cabbage
Leek
Pomegranate
Clementine
Onion
Pumpkin
Cranberry
Date
Swede
D e c e m b e r Apples
Clementines
Onions
Turnips
Banans
Cranberries
Parsnips
Beetroot
Dates
Pears
Brussels Sprouts
Grapefruit
Pomegranate
Cabbage
Kale
Pumpkin
Celeriac
Leek
Swede
Celery
Lettuce
Sweet Potatoes


Recipes Using In-Season Ingredients In September

Spicy Amaranth Burgers

Beef & Ale Stew with Gluten-Free Dumplings

Amaranth is a high-protein, versatile grain that's similar in many respects to quinoa. These amaranth burgers are held together with potato flour, and also contain flax, sesame and sunflower seeds. Slow cooking or casseroling is ideal for tenderising cheaper cuts of meat. What could be better on a miserable weekend or dark evening than settling down to a rich, meaty stew with fluffy gluten-free dumplings to soak up that flavoursome gravy!

Paleo Pad Thai

Vegetable & Macaroni Cheese

  • Noodles made entirely from Veg!
  • Peanut-free sauce using gluten-free ingredients.
  • Easily converted to include meat eaters if entertaining.
  • Comfort food at its finest.
  • A gluten-free version of this classic winter recipe.
  • Veggies for a vitamin boost.

  • Customer Reviews on Trustpilot

     

    Follow us on
    social media

    Follow