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Market Update 18th December 2019

Fresh Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries and Strawberries all are in season and make the ultimate Summer Dessert. At Fred’s One Stop, where only premium quality will do!

Rockmelons are great value at Fred’s this week

We have Queensland grown Candy Melons with their golden smooth rind and super sweet orange flesh

Our Nectarines, Peaches and Plums will delight the senses

Celebrate the festive season with some delightful, sweet eating Cherries. Treat the family to roasted Cherries served with Turkey or Ham. Alternatively, round off a festive meal with some chocolate-dipped Cherries

Luscious, juicy Mangoes are a Summer Favourite. Kensington Mangoes are a great price this week at Fred’s!

Exotic and flavoursome; Lychees are a sweet Summer Sensation and now is the best time to make the most of Lychees. Place Lychees in a sealed plastic bag in the refrigerator

Apricots make a scrumptious and nutritious snack but have you tried char-grilling Apricots or adding them to a salad? Serve apricots with turkey or chicken or make a tangy relish with these gems

Aussie grown Limes will put some zing in your day so why not pop some into your trolley  this week to use in cocktails, salad dressings or with seafood

New-season Grapes are firm and bursting with flavour!

Fresh Herbs add flavour to festive cooking. Sprinkle fresh Thyme sprigs across roasted vegetables, add Sage and Parsley to your meat stuffings. Team lots of Basil Leaves, extra virgin olive oil, sliced heirloom tomatoes and black olives to serve as a side dish.

Desiree and Pontiac Potatoes are perfect for roasting or for use in a Potato Salad.  a kilo.

Carrots are well priced. Roasted Carrots are deliciously sweet, sprinkle with fresh thyme for added flavour.

Broccolini is a top buy. Fast and easy to cook, serve broccolini warm with a dressing or toss cold through a salad.

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