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Foods To Eat In January

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Foods To Eat In January

Food shopping is a time consuming task, and not knowing what to buy when you get there can be overwhelming and ultimately expensive. However, purchasing seasonal foods is a healthy and cost effective way to approach food shopping. Grocery stores tend to stock up on seasonal items because they are plentiful, making them less expensive for you.

Why should you eat in-season foods?

  • You will gain better nutrition
  • It makes environmental sense
  • You will save money
  • Foods will taste better

For a more in depth explanation about why eating in-season foods is the way to go – click here. However firstly, have a look at the fruits, vegetables, meat, game, fish and seafood that are all in-season for January below.

Take a look at our recipe library for inspiration on cooking with in-season foods!


Almond Apple
Banana Brazil nut
Chestnut Clementine
Date Grapefruit
Hazelnut Lemon
Pomegranate Satsuma
Rhubarb Walnut



Beetroot Brussels sprouts
Cabbage Carrots
Cauliflower Celeriac
Celery Chicory
Garlic Kale
Leek Mushroom
Onion Pak choi
Parsnip Purple sprouting broccoli
Radicchio Red cabbage
Rocket Salsify
Savoy cabbage Shallots
Spinach Spring onion
Squash Swede
Sweet potato Turnip



Beef Chicken
Goose Lamb



Cod Mussels
Oyster Whiting



Bay leaf Chive
Cress Lavender
Oregano Parsley
Rosemary Thyme


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