Oct/Nov 2020

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Early season cherries are available, and quality is good. Prices are $15-$40 a kilo depending on variety and size,

Apricots have arrived and are $6-$15 a kilo depending on size and variety. 

Peaches and nectarines are in good supply. Numerous white and yellow-flesh fruit varieties are now available. Prices range from $6-$15 a kilo.

Mango volumes continue to increase with prices at $2-$5 each, depending on variety and size. 

New season lychees have arrived. Australia has the longest lychee season in the world and produces more than 16 different varieties. Depending on variety, quality and seed size, lychee prices range from $30-$50 a kilo.