Seasonal fruits and vegetables : autumn

Avocado

Avocado

Seasonality: January à December

Native to Mexico, avocado is the fruit of avocado (persea americana), a tree in the Lauraceae family. There are three main varieties, the most popular of one is Hass avocado. The word avocado comes...

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Banana

Banana

Seasonality: January à December

Botanically considered as a berry, banana is an edible plant produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants. It is generally sterile when it comes from domesticated varieties.

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Bergamot

Bergamot

Seasonality: January à February

Bergamot is grown mainly in the province of Reggio Calabria, in Italy, on a narrow strip of the coast bordering the Ionian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea. This region produces 95% of the world’s...

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Carom

Carom

Seasonality: November à January

The fruits can be harvested 45 to 90 days after the flowering, that is, the period in which the flower is fully open and functional. They can bear their first fruits at their 5th year. The yield of...

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Chayote

Chayote

Seasonality: October à December

Like sweet potato, this perennial plant develops thick rhizomes that are its reserve and conservation organs during the dry seasons. When tender it has a lustrous peel and hard consistency. It can...

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Chinese Artichoke

Chinese Artichoke

Seasonality: December à March

Its cultivation came back in the 70s and now, in winter, it is possible to acquire this pearly white tuber that looks like a large caterpillar. It has a fine and sweet flavor, similar to artichokes...

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Date

Date

Seasonality: October à January

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Endive

Endive

Seasonality: December à March

Worldwide production of endive is currently concentrated in three countries, France, the leading European producer, Belgium and the Netherlands. Our country produces around 160,000 tons, of which...

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Fennel

Fennel

Seasonality: April à December

It is a plant that has spread in the wild in all Mediterranean macroecosystems. In ancient Greece, wild fennel was associated with clear vision, but also represented the emblem of strength and...

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Gourd

Gourd

Seasonality: September à January

The pumpkin is harvested as a vegetable plant for its edible fruit when ripe. The term designates both the plant and the fruit consumed as a vegetable. It is one of the five most commonly...

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Grapefruit

Grapefruit

Seasonality: December à March

The fruit is often confused with the pamplemousse, also called pomelo, from which it inherited the important size and a little bitterness, but without the thick skin and the many seeds. This Citrus...

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Guava

Guava

Seasonality: December à January

The skin is extremely thin and subtle, with a shade that varies from green to yellow, these being the colors between the growth phase and ripening respectively. In some varieties the crop can have...

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Jack Fruit

Jack Fruit

Seasonality: November à January

This little-known tropical tree in our lands is actually a cousin of the breadfruit. From the third year, some species, like Singapore’s Jackfruit, are able to grow fruit. However, it usually takes...

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Kiwi

Kiwi

Seasonality: December à March

The name Kiwi was proposed in 1959 by the New Zealand company Turners and Growers for patriotic and political reasons. Kiwi is, on the one hand, the vernacular name of the apterygiforme, emblematic...

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Kumquat

Kumquat

Seasonality: November à December

Produced mainly in China and the Philippines, they are consumed fresh or whole with their skin, or processed into candied fruits. Kumquats are also cultivated in Africa, North America, the Greek...

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Leek

Leek

Seasonality: September à January

Its leaves, sometimes called pseudo-stems, are consumed as vegetables. This vegetable has, in fact, long leaves, flat, dark green or yellowish green, more or less wide. The base of the embedded...

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Mandarin

Mandarin

Seasonality: December à March

The mandarin orange (Citrus reticulata), also known as the mandarin or mandarine, is a small citrus tree with fruit resembling other oranges, usually eaten plain or in fruit salads. Its flesh is...

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Mango

Mango

Seasonality: January à December

The mango is a fleshy fruit that can weigh from 0.3 to 2 kg. In botany, it is a drupe whose pulp adheres to a wide, flat and slippery bone. It can be round, oval or reniform, and has a yellow,...

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Onion

Onion

Seasonality: December à March

The world’s annual production of onions now amounts to 85 million tons. The main producers are China, India and the United States. Onion production in France is currently estimated at 321,000 tons...

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Orange

Orange

Seasonality: December à March

Like all citrus fruits, orange is presented in the form of a berry called hesperidium. Oranges are classified into four varied groups. Edible, they are known for their high vitamin C content and...

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Papaya

Papaya

Seasonality: January à December

Papaya is always a fruit of intense commercialization. Annual world production is currently estimated at 15 million tons and is concentrated in Asia at 51 per cent, in the Americas at 39 per cent...

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Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit

Seasonality: January à December

Passion fruit is the fruit of the Passiflora vine, a type of passion flower. It has a tough outer rind and juicy, seed-filled center. It is native to Paraguay, north-eastern Argentina, and Brazil.

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Pear

Pear

Seasonality: December à March

The pear tree and shrub are a species of genus Pyrus in the Rosaceae family, bearing the pomaceous fruit of the same name. The pear is a fruit with a sweet taste and with two thousand varieties....

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Red Kuri Squash

Red Kuri Squash

Seasonality: September à January

The Red kuri squash is very rich in provitamin A and in various elements such as phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, silicon and sodium. It also contains many amino acids and...

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Shallot

Shallot

Seasonality: January à December

Cultivated as a condiment and a vegetable strongly integrated in the French cuisine, the shallot is sometimes considered as a separate spice and other times as a simple variety of onions whose...

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Star Apple

Star Apple

Seasonality: December à March

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Strawberry Tree Fruit

Strawberry Tree Fruit

Seasonality: October à January

The fruits are edible soft-tasting berries, about 2 cm in diameter, of bright red colour when ripe, containing numerous seeds and of sweet taste when reddish. It matures in about 12 months, in...

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Swede

Swede

Seasonality: December à March

They are grown for their white or yellow root intended for animal and human feeding. The other varieties are of white pulp. Depending on the maturity of the root, it is a fodder or garden...

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Winged Bean

Winged Bean

Seasonality: May à December

When ripe, they acquire an ash brown colour and open to release the seeds. Its nutritional content is similar to that of soybeans, since winged bean seeds contain between 30% and 40% protein and...

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