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New Covent Garden Market
Whether you have been working from home and just getting back into the office or you have been working in the office throughout this pandemic there is no better time to get some fresh fruits delivered to your office for that summer health kick... Check out our 10 top reasons why this is a good idea. Happy reading :)
Are Peppers A Fruit Or Veg? // Facts About Peppers // What's The Difference Between Red, Yellow and Green Peppers?
Although Bell Peppers get commonly mistaken as vegetables, they are actually fruits. Their scientific name is “Capsicum annum,” hence why you might hear people refer to them as capsicums, such as Australians, Indians and New Zealanders.
The Peach is a staple in today’s society, it’s both a deliciously juicy summer fruit to enjoy, and also a popular emoji with multiple uses, but we won’t get into the emoji stuff today! Recently we in the UK have been getting a nice streak of sunny and clear blue skies (hopefully it lasts for a while but let’s be honest, the UK isn’t too kind to us when it comes to the weather).
Cherries are really only in season for a short amount of time, for about 4 months between June and September, so they don’t spend much time in our markets. However, when they do come into season, boy do they come in big, red and juicy!
Bananas, my personal favourite fruit! These sweet yellow fruits are one of the most consumed fruits globally, in fact, it is the most consumed fruit in America (with Apples being the second). Most Bananas are produced in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Africa, Asia and America. The potassium filled goodies are non-seasonal, meaning they can be grown year-round.
Potatoes are an incredibly versatile vegetable. From Chips to crisps to mash and roasts, they can be part of a snack or a loaded meal! Commonly the potatoes we consume are your typical brown ones, but there exists another kind of potatoes, the Red Potatoes.