July 2018 - Morco Fresh
Beetroot
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Beetroot

First cultivated by the romans, beetroot is today a not only nationally but worldwide recognised vegetable. Many classic beetroot recipes are associated with central and Eastern Europe. Beetroots earthy presence in the market has led to its common use in menus and recipes today.   Seasonality | Why it’s a good time of year? Available...

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Broccoli
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Broccoli

A member of the cabbage family, originating in Italy the name Broccoli came from the word ‘’Broccolo’’ meaning the flowering top of a cabbage. With numerous ways to cook and prepare this vegetable, Broccoli Is seen to be a popular item on the market.   Seasonality | Why it’s a good time of year? Available...

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Blood oranges
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Blood oranges

Produced and grown since the 18th century, the blood orange is a variety of orange with crimson and evidently stands for its name with the almost blood coloured flesh. The distinctive red blood flesh is due to the presence of anthocyanins, a family of antioxidant pigments common to many flowers but uncommon in citrus fruits....

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