Apples, apricots, pears and plums.

The little cherry tomatoes are sweet and tasty in salads or in your lunchbox. Tomatoes are easy to grow in a pot in the garden.

Peach, sunny oranges, lemons and grape.

Butternut squash is large and pear-shaped with a golden-brown to yellow skin. We don't eat the skin and seeds, only the flesh.

Fruits

Cherry, banana, fig and melon.

French beans, runner beans, common beans, bobby beans, string beans, Thai beans, wax beans and haricots verts are all names for different types of green bean.

Nuts, olives, pumpkin and quince.

Free, no caged chickens. Petit pois, mangetout, sugar snap and marrowfat are all fancy names for different types of pea.

Tomatoes, salads, cucumbers and peppers.

The little cherry tomatoes are sweet and tasty in salads or in your lunchbox. Tomatoes are easy to grow in a pot in the garden.

Aubergine, turnip, zucchini and squash.

Butternut squash is large and pear-shaped with a golden-brown to yellow skin. We don't eat the skin and seeds, only the flesh.

Vegetables

Bean, broccoli, cabbage and brussels sprout.

French beans, runner beans, common beans, bobby beans, string beans, Thai beans, wax beans and haricots verts are all names for different types of green bean.

Edvel, fennel, green bean and pea.

Free, no caged chickens. Petit pois, mangetout, sugar snap and marrowfat are all fancy names for different types of pea.

Whole duck ready to cook.

Free, no caged ducks. Duck (aka duckling) refers to the meat of several species of bird in the family Anatidae, found in both fresh and salt water.

Pork chops, ribs and bacon.

Pork is the culinary name for meat from the domestic pig (Sus domesticus). Pork is the most popular meat in East and Southeast Asia, and is also very common in the Western world.

Meat

Beef club steak, ribs, jerky.

Organic beef is born and raised on certified organic pasture, never receive antibiotics and growth-promoting hormones, are fed only certified organic grains and grasse.

Chicken boneless breast, wings.

Free, no caged chickens. Juvenile chickens, of less than 28 days of age at slaughter in the United Kingdom are marketed as poussin. Mature chicken is sold as small, medium or large.

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