The lead photo above are Buddha's Hand, a special order from Gilgrove. This is another unusual one: a zebra stripe lemon from Spain, spotted at Premier.
More mainstream are leafy clementines, lemons (both yellow and green) and juicy oranges. (Bergamot and cedro - more niche - are also on hand).
This is a great time for pomegranates, mainly from Spain - see our Chef's Guide to Pomegranates for more info, including recipe ideas.
Kaki fruits and kiwi berries are popular this year.
On the festive front, there's the first fresh cranberries (often from countries such as Belarus), Brussel sprouts and their tops. Medjool dates are the best money can buy.
Chestnuts are abundant - both European and cheaper Chinese imports.
Ever tried a fresh walnut? Lovely milky mild flavour.
British brassicas are strong: kales, Romanesco, purple sprouting, cauliflowers, cabbages and the like.
Bunches of beetroot and heritage carrots look terrific. Rainbow chard is recommended for a splash of colour.
Don't forget homegrown squashes - all manner of varieties are on hand. (See our Chef's Guide for the full run-down).
Continental specialties include Lautrec garlic, aubergines, coloured cauliflowers, leafy celeriac, salsify, chervil root, parsley root and these lovely strings of mixed onions spotted at European Salad Company.
This is a top time for artichokes. The Tema variety is coming up from Italy; Brittany is supplying Purple Violet. More info here in our Chef's Guide.
Chillies are a good call - these are padron peppers from Spain.
It's a decent time for wild mushrooms, such as Russian girolle or Bosnian trompette. Exotics include these squeaky fresh okra, baby aubergines and chillies over at Premier Exotics.
Over at P & I, I spotted their new bespoke packaging for English leeks. (A top buy this month - very well priced). It's good to see a wholesaler upping their game.
By the way, can you name this variety of citrus? I'll give you a clue - it's very popular in Japan.