Posted on 1st May 2012Abundant in Australia from February to June, this year’s persimmon crop is plentiful due to the recent rains. Varying in shape and colour, from heart-shaped to round and pale yellow to deep orange, this tropical fruit is actually a berry just like the tomato.
Posted on 18th Apr 2012Hailing from the hardy Castanea tree, which actually thrives during bitter winters, chestnuts played a vital role in ancient Greek, Asian and Native American cultures.
Posted on 3rd Apr 2012Quinces are back in season, so we all have the opportunity to try something new. We have found some delicious quince recipes that will soon have you saying this is your favourite fruit!
Posted on 19th Mar 2012Guys, listen up. Even though your girlfriend may be expecting a diamond ring sometime soon, the quince, a pretty apple shaped fruit, maybe the next best thing.
Posted on 6th Mar 2012Dragon Fruit is gaining popularity in Australia and around the world. It’s striking beauty and strange aesthetic appeal attracts not only the curious, but also the famous.
Posted on 16th Nov 2011Blood Plums may have a spooky name but there is nothing frightening about their amazing flavour. The name comes from the deep red flesh that makes them look so inviting.
Posted on 11th Oct 2011If summer is on the way and it’s time to reach for The King of Fruit, the mango. There can be little doubt that the royal title is well earned–they are as nutritious as they are tasty!
Posted on 22nd May 2011Did you get your Mother’s Day wish of a pampering facial? No? Why not treat yourself (and a friend) with a Pomegranate Facial! Homemade face masks can be more beneficial to your skin than store bought ones, plus you know what is in it and can have fun with your friends (or children) making them.
Posted on 17th May 2011We are pleased to be launching our fabulous new website www.buyfruit.com.au! We have all worked really hard to get the business up and running.
Posted on 27th Nov 2010Queensland is famous for its top quality fruit, as the northern tropical weather makes it ideal for many gorgeous fruit varieties. Queensland grown fruit commonly includes, pineapples, mangoes, black sapotes, carambola, custard apples, dragon fruit, feijoa, lychees, passionfruit, persimmon, pomegranate, quince, rambutan and more.....