What’s in Season



  • Supply Chain Issues/COVID

    Supply Chain issues have impacted fresh produce supply which has flowed into higher prices as well as causing delays in dairy and grocery lines. COVID related staff shortages and shut downs in the agricultural sector have seen sharp rises in prices particularly for some items. These issues are likely to lead to fluctuation in prices for some items depending on what growers/sectors are impacted over the short term.

  • Mangoes

    Honey Golds our pick and good value.

  • Citrus

    Limes and fingerlimes good value. Lemons are a winter Autumn fruit hence as always scarcity reflected in price over the Summer period.

  • Tropical

    Rockmelons scarce but eating well. Watermelon scarce. Pineapples eating well with tops on our pick.

  • Stonefruit

    Apricots and plums eating well. We have sugar plums and a pretty yellow King Midas plum available this week. White nectarines and yellow peaches our pick.

  • Cherries

    Tassie Cherries in season not a plentiful supply but eating well.

  • Berries

    Blackberries good value. Raspberries pretty good value. Not the best time of year for strawberries.

  • Exotic

    Aussie Lychees in season. Also achach in season.

  • Grapes

    Lots of varieties of Aussie grapes in season.


  • Local & Direct from the Grower

    Mushrooms, hydro lettuce grape tomatoes.

  • Avocado

    Good value and quality continues with Reids still in season.

  • Good Value

    Snow peas, cucumbers and kale.

  • Asparagus

    Very scarce with prices reflecting the end of the season for Aussie asparagus plus supply chain issues. Beware of imported inferior but cheaper asparagus. Would swap for alternative it at all possible.

  • Tomatoes

    Rounds, cherry and grape tomatoes are all scarce. Loose cherry truss the value and taste pick.

  • Potatoes

    King Edwards nice and fresh.

  • Scarce

    Broccoli, cauliflower, beans, asparagus and brussel sprouts.

  • Flowers

    Holiday shutdowns and COVID staff issues have impacted the supply, price and range of flowers. Dahlia's great value this week and loving gardenias and grevillea flowers.

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