Seasonal fruits and vegetables : autumn

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Apple

Apple

Seasonality: October à April

An apple is a sweet, edible fruit produced by an apple tree (Malus domestic). In France, it is the most consumed edible fruit and the third in the planet. The main types of apples come from the...

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Arugula

Arugula

Seasonality: May à November

Coming from the Mediterranean basin, the arugula plants spread rapidly towards the east, to India. Consumed since ancient times, they are very present in the south of France and in Italy. They are...

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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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Banana Passionfruit

Banana Passionfruit

Seasonality: March à October

Curuba produces an elongated fruit with a weight of 50 to 150 g, whose pulp is yellow, very aqueous, acidic, but very perfumed, and used to make juices and nectars appreciated by the Colombians....

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Breadfruit

Breadfruit

Seasonality: November à June

The fruits, weighing up to 6 kg, are between 9 and 45 cm long and between 5 and 30 cm in diameter. At first they are green, then they vary the yellow-green, and take a yellow or ochre-yellow tint...

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Broccoli

Broccoli

Seasonality: June à October

Broccoli has a central stem branched into small groups that, in bloom, are dotted with small yellow flowers. But it is harvested just before these flowers can appear. The word broccoli is derived...

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Cardoon

Cardoon

Seasonality: August à November

Cardoon is a plant of little economic relevance. Its production has expanded mainly in Spain, Italy, and the Mediterranean coastal countries such as Cyprus and Turkey. We can also find it in North...

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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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Celery

Celery

Seasonality: October à March

Celery is very low in calories, between 12 and 20 kilocalories per 100 grams, and according to some authors, it is even considered a vegetable with negative calories, its digestion consumes more...

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Chard

Chard

Seasonality: April à October

It is a plant very close to beet, because both are derived from the same subspecies. We also call this chard vegetable, Swiss chard, Swiss chard, carded perry, in Occitan Bleda or Blea, in...

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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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Chestnut

Chestnut

Seasonality: September à November

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Chile Pepper

Chile Pepper

Seasonality: June à October

The chili pepper is the fruit of plants from the genus Capsicum which are members of the nightshade family, Solanaceae. The name of chili pepper is most often associated with the spicy flavor and...

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Citron

Citron

Seasonality: September à November

Its skin is thick, fragrant and covered with bumps. Its pulp is white, green or yellow, not very juicy but the aroma of its peel is exceptional. It is rarely used fresh. It is mainly used in...

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Clementin

Clementin

Seasonality: October à February

Unlike the mandarine, clementine is seedless. In the ripening stage, the clementine is green and acquires its orange colour only if it is under the effect of winter temperature.

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Coconut

Coconut

Seasonality: November à February

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Combava

Combava

Seasonality: October à November

The fruit is distributed fresh and the peel dry. The leaves are sent fresh, frozen or dried, and sometimes even powdered. Thailand, India, Indonesia and Malaysia are the main producer countries of...

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Corn

Corn

Seasonality: July à October

With the arrival of hybrid seeds from the first half of the 20th century and, more recently, transgenic seeds, maize is the symbol of intensive agriculture in the United States, Western Europe and...

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Custard Apple

Custard Apple

Seasonality: October à February

Fleshy fruit, with a diameter of a tennis ball and the shape of a large heart covered by a velvety green peel. It takes 5 to 8 months to mature. It goes from green to almost black. It contains...

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Date

Date

Seasonality: October à January

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Echalion

Echalion

Seasonality: August à October

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Elderberry

Elderberry

Seasonality: August à October

Although elderberries have acclimated in all temperate areas, especially in Canada, where they grow naturally in southern Quebec, global production remains confidential. The elder fruits come...

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Feijoa

Feijoa

Seasonality: October à November

Although the Feijoas are native to South America, they were adopted in the antipodes by Australians and more so by New Zealanders, who turned them into an export industry. Of course, these fruits...

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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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Fresh Walnut

Fresh Walnut

Seasonality: September à November

The plantation of walnuts is called a walnut orchard, and like other tree nuts, it must be processed and stored properly since if there is poor storage this will make walnuts susceptible to insect...

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Grapes

Grapes

Seasonality: August à October

With some 77 million tons harvested each year, the grape is one of the most produced fruits in the world. Spain remains largely the first region to grow more than 1 million hectares, ahead of China...

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Hazelnut

Hazelnut

Seasonality: August à October

Turkey remains the main producer and exporter of these fruits, with an annual harvest of 680,000 tons, which corresponds to 56% of world production. Cultivated on the shores of the Black Sea, in...

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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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Jerusalem Artichoke

Jerusalem Artichoke

Seasonality: October à February

Native to North America, it was cultivated by the Amerindian tribes long before the arrival of the Europeans. The French explorer Champlain discovered it in 1605 during his expeditions to Canada....

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Jujube

Jujube

Seasonality: September à October

Jujube is always grown in its region of origin but, as it is very rustic, it has spread widely across all continents. The world demand for jujube extract, which is constantly on the rise, strongly...

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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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Lemon

Lemon

Seasonality: October à March

The origin of lemon has remained unknown for a long time, due to its polymorphism and diversity of varieties. Some researchers located its wild ancestor in the Indo-Burmese region, and even in...

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Lime

Lime

Seasonality: November à March

Lime tree, that is, the Citrus Aurantifolia, represent only a very small part of the world trade. The variety Citrus Latifolia, known commercially as Persia lime, or Tahiti, is the preferred by...

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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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Mushroom

Mushroom

Seasonality: September à November

The mushroom, used as a condiment or garnish, has a worldwide production of 96 kilos per second or 3 million tons per year. 40% of this seasoning vegetable is produced in China, 35% in Europe 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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Parsnip

Parsnip

Seasonality: September à November

Dethroned by the potato, as well as its cousin the turnip, its cultivation was abandoned, except in the United Kingdom, in the Nordic countries and in North Africa. It has been present on...

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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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Physalis

Physalis

Seasonality: November à February

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Plum

Plum

Seasonality: August à October

Plums are spherical and fleshy drupes of medium size, between 2 to 7 cm in diameter, of yellow, green or purple color, with a core containing an almond. Subspecies of the plum plant include the...

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Pomegranate

Pomegranate

Seasonality: November à February

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Prickly Pear

Prickly Pear

Seasonality: August à October

The Barbary Fig has a flexible skin and is bristled with small spikes. It is usually eaten natural and as a compote, and also serves to prepare juices, ice cream, jellies and jams.

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Quince

Quince

Seasonality: October à March

They are acidic fruits with a high pH of about 3.7. They contain malic acid, tartaric acid, acetic acid, oxalic acid and very little citric acid. Rich in pectins, the quince contains very few...

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Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce

Seasonality: April à October

Roman lettuce comes from the wild species Lactuca Scariola, of Eurasian origin, which has been derived in a multitude of varieties depending on the regions where it has been cultivated for...

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Salsify

Salsify

Seasonality: September à November

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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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Soursop

Soursop

Seasonality: October à February

The fruits are syncarps ovoid or heart-shaped. The largest can measure up to 40 cm in length with a weight of 7 kg. It has a dark green peel and is covered with thorns. The inner part consists of a...

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Spinach

Spinach

Seasonality: April à November

It is currently cultivated in all temperate regions of our planet. World production is dominated by China, which produces about 20 million tons per year, followed by the United States, Japan,...

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Spring Onion

Spring Onion

Seasonality: April à October

Since they really consist of two parts, the white bottoms and the green shoots on top, scallions are a uniquely versatile vegetable with two distinct flavors. The flavor of the bottom white section...

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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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Sweet Chestnut

Sweet Chestnut

Seasonality: September à November

The chestnuts are part of the genus Castanea. This fruit grows on a chestnut tree. It is native to temperate Northern hemisphere. All the terms which refer to chestnut in Europe are derive from the...

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Tamarillo

Tamarillo

Seasonality: October à March

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Turnip

Turnip

Seasonality: October à May

The leaves are oblong, of a green colour and more or less rough to the touch. The fruits are long and fine siliceous, cylindrical, acuminate, each containing 10 to 30 small reddish spherical seeds,...

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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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Wolfberry

Wolfberry

Seasonality: August à October

World production of wolfberries is highly concentrated in China. Moreover, 80% of these berries are harvested in Ningxia province alone. There are also crops in Inner Mongolia and Tibet, more...

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