What’s in Season

May26

Fruit

  • Bananas

    Exceptional value.

  • Citrus

    Aussie navels in season. Good eating and juicing fruit. Mandarins in season with imperial mandarins excellent eating has started. Lemons and limes good value. Fingerlimes still in season. Mandarins season has kicked in. Limes tightening up. Finger limes in season.

  • Kiwifruit

    Aussie gold and regular kiwifruit in season.

  • Exotic

    Quinces, soft and firm persimmons, Aussie pomegranates, custard apples.

  • Grapes

    Almost the end of the season for Aussie grapes. Crimson Seedless the pick.

  • Apples & Pears

    All new season. Pink ladies and Kanzis the pick. Pears all good.

  • Nuts

    Tassie walnuts in season. Super glam chestnuts in season.

  • Pineapples

    Tops on pines eating well.

  • Pineapples

    Tops on pines eating well.

  • Stonefruit

    The last of the plums this week.

  • Berries

    Blueberries still scarce. Blackberries available and reasonable value. Raspberries ok value and eating.

Vegetables

  • Local and Direct from the grower

    Glasshouse grape and cherry tomatoes, hydro lettuce, all mushrooms.

  • Local

    Chinese veg, zucchini, rhubarb.

  • Asparagus

    Imported only.

  • Avocadoes

    Shepherds the pick but late season and limited availability. Hass a bit ordinary at the moment waiting for Northern Queensland fruit to start for quality to improve.

  • Cauliflower

    Big glamour caulis.

  • Good Value

    Sweet potato, pumpkin.

  • Beans & Peas

    Peas good value. Snowpeas and sugar snaps scarce.

  • Tomatoes

    Roma’s have tightened up. Good eating local glasshouse cherry and grape tomatoes.

  • Potatoes

    New season Tassie washed Dutch cream’s the pick. Don’t be fooled by the skin new season means thin skin as haven’t had time to set as well can cause brown colour on skin but doesn’t impact on flavour or indicate freshness.

  • Cucumbers

    Cold has affected Leb cucumbers. Tele cucumbers holding up well.

  • Garlic

    Aussie garlic ending soon.


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