With shorter days and frostier nights, winter is around the corner and so is the start of the Christmas celebrations. A time for feasting, certain produce has played an important part in the traditional foods at this point in the year with an absence of fresh fruit and vegetables available.
An apple a day? Well that’s certainly possible for nine months of the year, if you want to eat an apple grown here in the UK. The first apple of the season arrives early in August, most commonly the Discovery, followed by Spartan, Bramley, Cox, Red Windsor, Egremont Russet and Jonagold, with some varieties that can be kept in store until at least April of the following year.
We all know that juices can be incredibly healthy and nutritious, but with so many options available, it’s difficult to find those that aren’t full of sugar or additives and can be enjoyed completely guilt-free.