- Cantaloupe Melon - Cantaloupe melons, with their sweet, orange flesh, are one of the tastiest of the melon family.
- Apple - Nature's perfect ready meal, apples are ready to eat any time.
- Jersey Potatoes, the best spuds of the year - The finest potatoes in the world? Possibly?
- English Apples - Our Lost Heritage - There are thousands of varieties of apples known, but less than 20 commonly sold in supermarkets, and typically less than 5 are common English apple varieties.
- British Strawberries - where has all the taste gone? - Once one of the finest tastes in the fruit world, eagerly awaited every summer, the appeal of British Strawberries is not quite what it used to be...
- Potato - An old classic and a staple food in many potatoes, how much do you know about potatoes?
- Banana - A fruit as popular as it is versatile, how much do you really know about Bananas? You might think they're just yellow, but you can get blue and red ones too.
If you want to get in touch, whether you want to suggest some articles, send us some info or pitch in and help, you can email us at info at freshfoodcentral.com.
So you've read through every article, every news item, every forum post, seen every photo and visited every link we've got on this site… what next?
With only one person writing for a site, no matter how unbiased they try to be, you still only get a limited viewpoint, and we want more, so we want to make it a community effort. There's also a limited amount to how much one person can do - it took me over a year to get the site built and launched!
How much do you have to do? Well that's entirely up to you. If you just come across an interesting site about Strawberries that you think we could link to, then send it to us. If you have taken a few photos of some banana plants growing in Brazil and think we could use them, then send them in and we'll give you an image credit (of course) and you can use us as part of your portfolio if you're a budding photographer. At the other end of the scale, if you want to write six features a week, take 300 photos and do 50 hours of research a week - well that's totally up to you!
If you do choose to write articles for us, when you're starting out, we'll probably help you out by checking them over, possibly change or amend them a little where required, check some spelling and add some photos here and there. As you write more and more and get used to it, we'll probably need to help you less and less and eventually we'll let you add and put articles live yourself. All of this depends on how much you want to get involved.
So, get in touch! Send us an email at info at freshfoodcentral.com and we'll get right back to you!