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Imperial Mandarins
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Imperial Mandarins

Kicking off Autumn, we see Australian Imperial Mandarins out on the market floor. Growing from a small citrus tree round and varying in shape and size they can be round to ovate. With a golden orange, pebbled easy to peel skin, be sure to get your hands on these beautiful new season imperials in the...

Pink Lady Apples
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Pink Lady Apples

Australia being the first country to grow pink lady apples more than 40 years ago, new season Pink lady apples have hit the market. Being the first apple variety to blossom and the last to be harvested they are given extra exposure to sun resulting in a beautiful, vibrant, plump smoothed skin rosy exterior. Seasonality...

Rainbow Chard
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Rainbow Chard

A multi coloured leafy relative of the beetroot family, the rainbow chard looks like a beetroot minus the root. Unlike traditional beets, which produce finger staining roots, chard produces large tender leaves and super crunchy stalks. Originating in the Mediterranean, chard has been around for thousands of years. These plants are also often referred to...

Thorpdale Brushed Potatoes
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Thorpdale Brushed Potatoes

Today, the potato is the fifth most important crop in the world alongside wheat, corn, rice and sugar cane. Brushed potatoes varying in shape from round to oval, are an all-purpose potato with a variety of culinary uses. With a creamy white flesh, the exterior appears ‘dirty’. Being the most common used variety used nationally,...

Shepard Avocados
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Shepard Avocados

Referred to as green skin avocados as their skin maintains a bright green colour as they ripen, Shepard avocados are the next most commonly used avocado on the market outside of a Hass variety. Longer and more elongated in shape they appear to have a smooth glossy skin. Seasonality | Why it’s a good time...

Rockmelon
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Rockmelon

Apart of the melon family, Rockmelons appear round and scaly with a greyish green buff rind skin. Also known as a Cantaloupe, the name was derived from the Italian village of Cantaloupe, where it was cultivated upon the fruit’s seeds brought in from Armenia. Rockmelons have been developed over time to improve the consistency of...

Aussie Asparagus
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Aussie Asparagus

Nothing signals spring like the appearance of Australian asparagus. Growing in the southern hemisphere, the Australian asparagus season is at the opposite end of the year to European and North American counties. Being the 8th largest producer of asparagus by weight globally, 95% of Australia’s asparagus is grown in Victoria, with the balance of the...

Kensington Pride Mangoes
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Kensington Pride Mangoes

Being Australia’s most popular mango, Kensington pride mangoes make up a total of 80% of the country’s annual commercial mango market. Growing in Australia’s subtropical and tropical regions, the variety was first discovered in Bowen, North Queensland but is thought to have originated as a seed imported from India. Being the most popular variety in...

WA Avocados
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WA Avocados

Experiencing significant growth, the Western Australia avocado market continues to flourish throughout the months of October. Growing the hass variety we see an influx of quality crops being distributed throughout the country. Seasonality | Why it’s a good time of year? With Summer just around the corner, we see new season WA Australian avocadoes available...

Apples
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Apples

This time of Year, we see all new season apples flourishing the market floor. Australian new season apples are a crowd favourite for all ages and industries. from the perfect snack to a delicious element in a fine dining dish, apples are and will continue to be a strong product in the world of Fruit...

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