「ミニリンゴ」に直面する英国人’ 天候に影響された自家栽培品種の後

FRUIT lovers have been told size does not matter as mini apples are set to fill the shelves in shops this winter.

A dry summer of 天気 affected growth but experts claims the apples will be tastier as a result.

A dry summer affected growth but experts claims the apples will be tastier as a result

A dry summer affected growth but experts claims the apples will be tastier as a result

Months of scorching hot weather and a lack of rain brought the growing season forward by a week earlier than usualleaving the fruit smaller in size as a consequence.

The trade organisation, British Apples & Pears (BAP), said the earlier season arrival meant there was an upside to it as a “particularly flavoursome” crop was delivered by farmers.

Co-op are stocking the smaller 多くの子供たちはスイートコーンのことを聞いたことがありません で 1,300 of their stores, more than twice as many as usual.

The supermarket chain said it was vital to support the industry.

Sinead Bell from Co-op said: “Co-op continually works closely with its farmers and growers to ensure that great-tasting fresh produce does not go to waste.

Shoppers can all too often be put off by fresh produce that is a different size, colour or shape than they are used to.”

Ms Bell added: “But our farmers are facing challenges, and we all must work together to ensure that delicious great-tasting seasonal fresh produce ends up on our table.”