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MARKET REPORT FOR 26TH OCT-1ST NOVEMBER

Red-fleshed papaya are available and priced at $3-$6 a kilo, depending on variety and size.

New season low chill white and yellow-fleshed peaches and nectarines are now available. Depending on variety and size peaches and nectarines are priced at $6-$18 a kilo.

Kensington Pride, the most well-known mango variety, is available from September until March. Late spring sees the arrival of Calypso, and R2E2. Prices range from $2-$5 each depending on size and variety.

Hass avocados are $2.50-$4 each depending on size.

The first of the season’s cherries have arrived at Sydney markets this week.