market report

IN SEASON NOW

This week we are doing organic Yellow Squash as our pick of the week. Squash is from the same family as pumpkin and zucchini. This small, sweet squash has a slightly flattened top and scalloped edge. Squash is an excellent source of vitamin C and B2  as well as containing dietary fibre. Select firm squash that are heavy for its size and has smooth, glossy skin. Store in a sealed plastic bag in the fridge for up to three days. Simply wash and cook whole, sliced or cut into wedges. They can be baked, sautéed and made into stews.

THIS WEEKS BEST

  Fruit

  • Apples
  • Pears
  • Plums
  • Grapes
  • Shepard Avocadoes

  Vegetables

WHATS NEW

This week we have freshly picked new season; Gala, Granny Smith and Fuji apples, as well as new season Organic Jazz apples. Furthermore, we are stocking new season Nashi, Corella and Josephine pears, which of course are all yummy eating!!

Our new season locally grown potatoes are: Organic Dutch Cream Potatoes, Organic Floyd, Organic Kestrel and Organic Epic potatoes.

WHAT'S HOT

This week’s super-hot price is our new season Josephine pears for only $2.99 kg, and Broccolini bunch, 2 for $4.99. 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

The heat we had in January continues to affect some of our produce. Crops affected have been strawberries, beans, peas, snowpeas, sugarsnaps, as well as our delicate herbs which are very sensitive to hot weather. This generates very limited supply at the market and causes price increases. Our team is doing the best to supply enough stock during this hard growing condition for our growers.

The good news is there are lines that we have plentiful are excellent quality and of course good value, such as; plums, grapes, oranges, limes, cucumbers, lettuce, and potatoes.