Fruit and vegetables imported in the UK?

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Most of the citrus and other tropical / sub-tropical fruits and vegetables, but also many temperate-climate ones such as apples and salad vegetables. This meets high all-year as well as exotic (in true sense) demands. It's likely that edible plant material indigenous to anywhere in the world, can be found in the UK's shops!
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