(Image: Avobar’s Superfood Salad in the making).
To celebrate British Food Fortnight, New Covent Garden Market and Covent Garden, Westminster have joined together for the first time since the capital’s iconic fruit and vegetable market at Covent Garden moved to its new location in Nine Elms Battersea, becoming New Covent Garden Market.
With over 800 years of heritage positioned in Covent Garden and now in its new location for over 40 years, we remain London’s largest, premium fruit, vegetable and flower Market.
Working with Henrietta Street’s Avobar, Covent Garden and New Covent Garden Market present the ultimate Superfood Salad, bursting with nutrient-dense British grown vegetables, supplied by Nature’s Choice.
(Image: Avobar’s Superfood Truck, fuelled by Nature's Choice).
Liana Kazaryan, Avobar founder and Tushar Sakpal, Chef & Operations Director are passionate about seasonal British produce.
To celebrate the fortnight, they are serving the Superfood Salad and other delicious menu items from the Avobar Superfood Truck until 1st October.
The truck is located on the North Piazza in Covent Garden, London’s top shopping, food and cultural destination. Go and fuel yourself to health at the truck or visit their Henrietta Street restaurant.
(Image: Avobar, Covent Garden).
In the spirit of Harvest time, Nature's Choice, together with their growers, are supporting Avobar and their promotion of fresh produce over British Food Fortnight; authentically, heartwarmingly farm-to-fork.
(Image: Vernon Mascarenhas, Commercial Director, Nature’s Choice).
Nature’s Choice are a family-run fresh produce and speciality foods distributor, supplying London’s hospitality industry and national home delivery services. Contact them to order.
They are committed to sourcing the finest produce, grown using sustainable methods.
They pride themselves on working closely with growers and farmers, helping them devise growing plans and environmentally friendly operations.
One of their skilled farmers is Dan Byrd, Tythe Barn Farm, Evesham.
Dan and his team grow many of the ingredients in Avobar's Superfood Salad - kale, spinach, carrots and beetroot.
(Image: Dan Byrd, Tythe Barn Farm, in his fields).
The relationships between farmers, markets and hospitality establishments are a timeless part of the commercial and social fabric of our countryside and cities.
In buying British, we can ensure our rural environments and city streets remain beautiful and vibrant, one superfood salad at a time.
Author: Meg Morrison
Photography: Seek permission to use from Avobar, or Tom Moggach for Vernon Mascarenhas image.
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