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MARKET UPDATE 9TH SEPTEMBER 2014

Great weather at last with warmer temperatures ensuring good supplies of fruit and vegetables.

 

Murcott Mandarins are exceptionally sweet and well priced.

If you’re looking for that sweet and refreshing treat this week; then you can’t go past the Northern Queensland Paw Paw or Papaya.

Kiwi Fruit is looking especially good.

Customers will be delighted with the high quality and good value of Broccoli, Cauliflower, Beans, Beetroot and Zucchini.

Brussels Sprouts, a favorite green with many customers, have tremendous nutritional value however for those trying the vegetable for the first time, it is important to not overcook them as they will not only lose their nutritional value, they begin emit a sulfur smell associated with overcooked cruciferous vegetables.

Plain Cabbage would have to be the pick of the vegie specials this week at Fred’s; incredibly well priced the cabbage is one of the oldest vegetables known to man.
Made up of 90 per cent water, the cabbage is very low in kilojoules but packed full of fibre, vitamin C and Beta Carotene.
From our Continental Grocery department, we have three varieties of 100g Greek Feta Cheese – a great special for our customers!
We also have Mamma Rosa’s Frozen Beef Ravioli and Tortellini – great for that quick and easy evening meal.

And finally, the buzz on what’s good from the Deli this week – Zammit Shortcut Bacon!

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