Avocadoes continue to be a much-loved product in the Australian fresh produce industry.
Why it’s a good time of year?
August – November
With an increased demand in the Australian market, farmers have catered to the needs of avocado consumers investing and expanding their growing capabilities. This time of year we see amazing yields flooding the market to cater to the needs of consumers
Taste: Flavour and cooking options
From all Sushi and Mexican to Smoothies and even brownies, avocadoes are a diverse ingredient, full of creamy texture and taste and distinctly pebble textured skin, the Hass avocado is the most common variety Australia wide for majority of the year.
Where is it coming from?
- Bundaberg, Queensland
- Stanthorpe Toowoomba Region, Queensland
- Narrabri Region, Northern New South Wales
- Atherton Tablelands/Mareeba, Queensland
Containing more potassium than bananas, avocadoes contain a high nutrient value commonly referred to as a superfood. Containing Vitamin K, Folate, Vitamin C, Potassium, Vitamin BE, B6 and Vitamin E it is evident why this product is all round valuable health benefit. A survey studied and found results that Avocado consumers were found to be healthier then consumers who did not eat avocadoes.