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March

5th - 11th March 2018
Auckland Central, Auckland, New Zealand
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At Its Best

Apples

Apples

Pacific Beauty


Apples

Apples

Gala



Beans

Beans

Broad beans


Beans

Beans

French beans


Beans

Beans

Runner beans





Also In Season

Avocado

Avocado

Hass


Blueberries

Blueberries

Rabbiteye



Cucumber

Cucumber

Short



Leeks

Leeks

 


Melons

Melons

Rock melon, Cantaloupe


Melons

Melons

Honeydew



Pears

Pears

Doyenne du Comice



Pumpkin

Pumpkin

 



Swede

Swede

 



Turnips

Turnips

 


Coming into Season

Apples

Apples

Royal Gala


Feijoas

Feijoas

 


Limes

Limes

 



Pears

Pears

Beurre Bosc


Pears

Pears

Hosui (Nashi)


Going out of Season

Lemons

Lemons

 


Mandarins

Mandarins

Encore



Peaches

Peaches

 


Plums

Plums

 



Limited Availability

Cucumber

Cucumber

Telegraph


Rhubarb

Rhubarb

 


Imported

Bananas

Bananas

Cavendish


Figs

Figs

 


Mango

Mango

 



Papaya

Papaya

 


Taro

Taro

 



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Why Seasonal Food?

Sure, most produce is available all year round, but out of season it’s expensive and never at its best. All those hours on a plane take their toll on imported produce, and even those that are grown and ripened in a greenhouse are never quite as how nature intended.

We reckon that the way to really enjoy healthy fruit and vegetables, and save yourself some cash, is to get them while they’re plentiful and bursting with flavour.

You’ll never get that out of season, and choosing what’s fresh is the way to turn plain old fruit and vegetables into a seasonal treat, to be looked forward to every year and savoured.

What’s Fresh is your guide to eating produce in season. Here you can find out what’s in season, what’s not, and just what the heck to do with those fruits and veges when you’ve bought them.

To get the freshest and tastiest fruit and vegetables, you need to look for what’s fresh.

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