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What’s in Season

Date

Fruit

  • Update

    This month is a change of growing region for lots of vegetable with the growing area shifting from South to North this means some limited supply reflected in higher prices while northern growing region kicks off.

  • Berries

    QLD strawberries have just started. Look for strawberry price and quality to improve. Blueberries still very scarce.

  • Citrus

    Great time of year for Citrus. Aussie navels and navel nets in season and eating well. Imperial mandarins eating really well. Lemons and limes great value.

  • Apples

    All good. Loving Bravo apples. .

  • Grapes

    Very late late season Aussie past their best.

  • Mango

    Only a few Aussie mangoes left around.

  • Stonefruit

    Late season plums still pretty good.

  • Exotic

    Nice Autumn exotics. Feijoas, persimmons firm and soft, beautiful Aussie pomegrantes, quinces and custard apples.

  • Apples

    All new season. Kanzi's and Jazz our picks.

  • Pears

    In Season.

Vegetables

  • Local & Direct from the Grower

    Hydro lettuce, mushrooms, kale, spinach cavolo nero, Chinese Greens.

  • Good Value

    Lettuce, broccoli, sweet potato.

  • Scarce

    Celery, Cauliflower, cabbage and broccoli still scarce reflected in prices.

  • Beans & Peas

    Eating well but round beans slightly more expensive this week. Sugar snaps and snowpeas still scarce.

  • Avocadoes

    Hass in season. Some shepherds till around.

  • Pumpkin

    Nice large pumpkins.

  • Recommend

    Leeks, bunched veg spinach, silverbeet, kale and cavolo nero. Beautiful red capsicum.

  • Potatoes

    All good except for pink eyes liking kiflers.

  • Ginger & Garlic

    Scarce with supply always a bit tight this time of year plus increased demand due to 'health properties.' Aussie garlic in season.

  • Flowers

    Flowers Scarce after Mother's Day Rush. Reflected in availability and prices.

  • Bunched Veg

    Great time of year for bunched greens like silverbeet, spinach and kale.


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