What’s in Season

Date

Fruit

  • Update

    Drought, heat and fires affecting supply, quality size and price of fresh produce and flowers, particularly vegetables. The impacts of drought and fires with continue look for different crops to be impacted over coming months.

  • Berries

    Drought, heat and fires affecting supply, quality size and price of fresh produce and flowers, particularly vegetables. The impacts of drought and fires with continue look for different crops to be impacted over coming months.

  • Citrus

    Lemons still scarce. Fingerlimes in season.

  • Melons & Pineapples

    Topless pines very good. Rockmelons eating well.

  • Grapes

    Great grapes.

  • Mango

    Good range of mangoes. Honey Golds the pick.

  • Stonefruit

    Good stonefruit. Plums eating really. Queen Garnet's now in season. Golden Queen peaches and donut peaches also in season. Apricots coming to an end.

  • Exotic

    Dragonfruit back in season.

  • Cherries

    Last weeks for cherries.

Vegetables

  • Good Value

    Zucchini

  • Asparagus

    Aussie Asparagus back in season for a short time.

  • Scarce

    Broccoli, Cauliflower particularly heat and drought affected.

  • Capsicums

    Very scarce. Major capsicum and other vegetable growing region unable to grow any crops this season due to drought availability of water

  • Avocadoes

    Eating pretty well.

  • Beans and peas

    Round beans better value this week.

  • Local & Direct from the Grower

    Hydro lettuce, all mushrooms, kale and cavolo nero.

  • Potatoes

    Cocktails looking good.

  • Tomatoes

    Price is easing. Local Cherry and grape tomatoes.

  • Flowers

    Nice teddybears and proteas.


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