You wait for one seasonal food guide and then two come along!

Eating fresh food grown in season has always been a good idea, but knowing when and what food is in season has been more hit and miss. Our parents and grandparents living in the 1930s and beyond seemed to know instinctively. However, they were living off the land directly and didn’t have the option of buying oranges, asparagus or tomatoes anytime they ventured into a supermarket, which in any case didn’t really exist back in the day. So to help us discover what’s in season here are two charts published by Slow Food and from food PR company Pam Lloyd.

Bruce

I am a freelance journalist and published author focusing on food and drink; business startups and enterprise, culture and travel. In 2019 I graduated with a Masters degree in Food Culture, Communication and Marketing from the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo, Italy. I have chaired many conferences and meetings, spoken at conferences and events and often appear on radio and TV talking most about food, the business of food and being an entrepreneur.

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