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Fresh from the market 19/07/2019

Blood oranges
The season is just starting for blood oranges. Juicy navel oranges are also a great buy this week...
Bananas
Creamy, delicious Cavendish bananas are packed with nutrients. Banana smoothies are refreshing an...
Apples
Eating an apple is good for your health and great for your diet. Crunchy apples, now in season in...
Tangelos
Tangelos have a tangy flavour and a fragrant aroma. Use their juice and flesh in recipes as an al...
Rhubarb
Stew up a bunch of chopped rhubarb, with a kilo of Granny Smith apples and a little coconut sugar...
Strawberries
Queensland strawberries are plentiful. Varieties include Camerosa, Festival and Ruby gem which ar...
Mandarin
Packed with vitamin C, mandarins are sweet and juicy and a choice buy. There are plenty of variet...
Kiwi fruit
Kiwifruit is plentiful supply and prices are low. Kiwifruit adds glorious colour to winter fruit ...
Avocado
Creamy Hass avocados are enticing and naturally good for you.
Pears
Packham pears are perfect for snacking on and making delicious winter desserts.
Broccolini
Broccolini is a hybrid vegetable; it's a cross between broccoli and Chinese broccoli. Its stem is...
Fennel
Fennel is top value this week. Try pan-frying slices of baby fennel in oil and garlic until tende...
Broccoli
Victorian grown broccoli is bursting with natural goodness.
Kumera
Kids enjoy the naturally sweet flavour of kumara. Add roasted kumara to pizza topping or a risott...
Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts are a top winter buy and an essential accompaniment to roast chicken.
Cauliflower
Firm, snow-white heads of tasty cauliflowers are a choice buy this week.
Leeks
Winter is the ideal time to savour the subtle sweet-onion flavour of plump flavoursome leeks. Us...
Carrots
Versatile carrots are a crisper staple.
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