Eat With The Seasons

For so many of us, the change in season means a shift in our approach to lifestyle, diet and health. For us, it’s the perfect time to celebrate all the benefits that come with eating plenty of fresh, organic fruit, vegetables and salads.

Find out more about what makes organic food different, see what’s in season this month, hear from the people that grow Soil Association-certified organic fruit and veg and get your hands dirty with some of the best seasonal recipes around. 

Organic food is food as it should be.

The Freshest Recipes Around

We love seasonal food, and these recipes make the most of what the season has to offer.

Choosing produce that's in season is good for our planet and means eating food when it's at its best. 

Find Organic Food Near You

From veg box schemes to farmers' markets and farm gate collections.

Use the Organic Food Finder to track down the best fresh, seasonal organic food near you. 

Why Organic?

When you see the organic symbol, you can be sure what you buy has been produced to the highest standards.
Organic always means; fewer pesticides, no artificial additives or preservatives, the highest standards of animal welfare and no GM ingredients.

My choice to eat organic and seasonal produce means I'm eating food at its best! It not only tastes better but it is also great for the environment reducing our carbon footprint by cutting food miles and supporting UK organic farmers and producers who are working with nature.

Sahar Twesigye; food and lifestyle blogger, influencer and founder of Earth & Spoon. 

Pizza Bianca with Jerusalem Artichokes

Jerusalem artichokes are nutty and slightly sweet in flavour and make the perfect topping for this light pizza. 

Sahar's top tips on how to eat with the seasons

Sahar Twesigye, food and lifestyle, blogger, influencer and Earth & Spoon founder shares her top tips for eating seasonally on a busy schedule. 

Did You Know?

In 2014, a ground-breaking study by Newcastle University found that organic fruit and veg crops are up to 60% higher in a number of key antioxidants than conventionally-grown crops. The team found that a switch to eating organic fruit, vegetable and cereals – and food made from them – would provide additional antioxidants equivalent to eating between 1-2 extra portions of fruit and vegetables a day.

Hero Veg!

The misnamed Jerusalem artichoke has no real link with Jerusalem, and isn't related to other artichokes. It looks a bit like a knobbly pink-skinned ginger root and has a sweet, nutty flavour, reminiscent of water chestnuts.

Although not widely used it is an inexpensive and versatile food that can be used both raw and cooked and makes a delicious soup


Making the Most of your Veg Box

The Community Farm’s Managing Director, Ped Asgarian, gives us his top tips on how to eat your way through your veg box.

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