market report

IN SEASON NOW

Organic Cara Cara oranges are our pick this week, grown in Queensland. Cara Cara oranges are classified as citrus sinensis and are also called “Red Fleshed Navel Oranges”, or Pink Navel because of their distinct inner pinkish-red, orange flesh that resembles the colour of ruby grapefruit. Juicy, tangy oranges make a refreshing snack but they are also fabulous in sweet and savoury salads, delicious baked goods and desserts like oranges with whiskey toffee.

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WHATS NEW

This week we have new produce coming in; organic black sapote fruit, organic green capsicums, organic romanesco, and curly endive from Ramarro Farm, check them out! In addition, we also welcome back broadbeans and butter beans with a creamy yellow colour, check them out!

WHAT'S HOT

This week’s hottest produce is Organic Cara Cara oranges, only $2.99 per kg this week!! Other great specials are; Queensland strawberries, blueberries, organic eggplants, organic mandarins, organic lemons, and organic beetroot. Further, cauliflowers, broccoli and baby broccoli are a great bargain!

There will be more specials at the end of the week so stay tuned to us! If you haven’t already done so, subscribe to our weekly email.

WHAT'S NOT SO HOT

This week’s shortage across products markets are organic cauliflowers, organic corns, organic broccoli, organic baby broccoli and as well as organic celery. The supply of these products has shortened up due to current growing conditions and has resulted in higher than normal prices. In saying this, we are trying our best so we have enough supply for this week.

Further, snowpeas and sugarsnap peas are still in short supply. Our team work closely with suppliers and are always doing their very best to supply enough stock during tough growing conditions.

The good news however is that there are lines that we do have plentiful of. They’re all excellent quality & good value such as; oranges, mandarins, lettuce, kale, fennel, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflowers, baby broccoli, spinach and potatoes.