What’s in Season

Date

Fruit

  • Berries

    Last weeks for Tassie Blueberries. Cooler weather has helped Strawberries with better value and longevity this week. Blackberries available.

  • Mangoes

    NSW KP mangoes still available. Last weeks for mangoes!!!

  • Pears

    Corellas, Nashi, Williams and Buerre Bosc in season. Josephines and Packhams should start in next week or so.

  • Bananas

    Prices still impacted by supply issues from QLD floods.

  • Grapes

    Great range of grapes in season. Your preference depends on levels of crunch and sweetness desired.

  • Stonefruit

    Really good yellow peaches from Forbes this week. Plums great varieties available still eating and cooking really well. Poach and freeze!

  • Melons

    Rockmelons and watermelons a little scarce.

  • Apples

    All new season except for Pink Ladies and Granny Smiths.

  • Exotic

    Aussie mangosteens, rambutans, dragonfruit, guava and starfruit available.

  • Pineapples

    Topless still eating well.

  • Figs

    Still Peaking with a beautiful blush this week.

Vegetables

  • Veg

    Still feeling some impacts from hot weather in Jan impacting veg crops around Australia and prices. Cooler Autumn weather will start to take effect over next weeks.

  • Good Value

    Zucchini, Cucumbers and green capsicums.

  • Asparagus

    Cooler weather in Victoria has meant a good Autumn asparagus crop with great value asparagus in season. However, Autumn season for Aussie asparagus is short so buy while available.

  • Avocadoes

    . New season shepherds in season. Hass ending soon.

  • Garlic

    Tassie and organic garlic in season.

  • Tomatoes

    Scarce. Local and Direct from the grower cherry and grape tomatoes.

  • Potatoes

    Kiflers the pick.

  • Kale and Cavolo Nero

    Beaut bunches.

  • Beans

    Sugar snap and snowpeas still scarce. Round beans better value this week. Butter and Borlotti beans available.

  • Flowers

    Great value roses.


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