It's peak cherry time - although no English quite yet. Most come from Spain and are eating well (always sample before you buy).
Flat peaches, a.k.a. donuts, are always popular. Flat nectarines, however, are a rarer find.
There is high demand for blush apricots. Italian growers lost some volume due to heavy rainfall. The French season is just underway.
For soft fruit, I spotted the first red dessert gooseberries over at Gilgrove. Annoyingly, my kids guzzled them all before I got a look in.
We're seeing some British raspberries and blackberries arriving now.
Strawberries are peak season.
For something different, how about a strasberry or pineberry? Grown mainly in the Netherlands, these are strawberry hybrids bred from rare varieties.
Other fruit worth a mention include the first Spanish figs.
On the veg front, it's coming towards the end of season for English asparagus. This year, there has been more volume of white, violet and purple 'grass from our growers.
Green, of course, is abundant in all grades.
Wild is also still available.
The first sweetcorn from Morocco has made an appearance. These cobs were over at P & I.
British-grown fresh herbs, too, are in fine fettle - this is some fragrant basil.
Foraged elderflower is also in season.
For Continental specialties, keep an eye out for purple garlic, borlotti and artichokes of all kinds.
Finally, here's a glimpse of the Market in action. This is a busy time of year - come and have a look.