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Dill Cucumber

Few foods are as cool as a cucumber. These low-calorie veggies contain many nutritional benefits, including hydrating properties and valuable…

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Burpless Cucumber

The humble burpless cucumbers are sweeter and have a thinner skin than other varieties of cucumber, and are reputed to…

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Baby Courgettes

Courgettes range in size from about 6-15 cm, and baby courgettes have the sweeter flavour. Look for small, firm courgettes…

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Red Chilli

Red Chilli peppers are available throughout the year to add zest to flavourful dishes around the world and health to…

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Green Chilli

You don’t necessarily have to overdo it until smoke comes out of your ears, but without a touch of chilli,…

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Jalapeno Chilli

A member of the capsicum family, jalapeño chillies range from moderately to very hot. Originating from South America, they are…

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Habanero Chilli

Habanero chillies can be green, yellow, orange or red. Habanero chillies are native to south Mexico. It has a lantern…

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Birdseye Chilli

Packing a punch, Bird’s eye chillies are a variety of the species Capsicum frutescens and have spread widely across South-East…

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Celery

Apples walk away with most health accolades, and spinach leads the healthy veggie brigade. Compared to them, celery is somewhat…

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Celeriac

A large root vegetable with a taste of celery, celeriac is sold without its leaves. To prepare, peel like potato,…

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Cauliflower

You know what’s actually pretty frickin’ awesome? Cauliflower. It can take on so many flavours, and goes especially great with…

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Carrots

We can always celebrate carrots! While they are in the peak of their season when they are the freshest and…

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Purple Carrots

While many of us are unfamiliar with the purple carrot, its roots date back thousands of years to the early…

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Baby Rainbow Carrots

Are farmer’s markets carrots looking a little funky to you lately? Deep purple, dark red, white and bright yellow varieties…

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Baby Orange Carrots

The baby carrot is a root vegetable and is native to Afghanistan. The baby carrot is is a specific mini…

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Yellow Capsicum

Yellow capsicums achieve their wonderful colour simply because they left on the plant longer before picking. Capsicums, also known as…

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Green Capsicum

Red and green varieties come from the same plant, with red capsicums allowed extra time on the plant to develop…

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Snowpea Sprouts

Snowpea sprouts are young snow pea plants and it takes about a week to grow a pea seed into a…

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Shitake Mushrooms

Long a symbol of longevity in Asia because of their health-promoting properties, shiitake mushrooms have been used medicinally by the…

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Shimeji Mushrooms

These are called “white beech mushrooms” and “Bunapi” is actually a Hokuto trademark – they bred this particular mushroom from…

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Oyster Mushrooms

Oyster mushrooms in the genus Pleurotus stand out as exceptional allies for improving human and environmental health. These mushrooms enjoy…

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King Oyster Mushroom

King Oyster Mushrooms are a beautiful mushroom with a unique taste and texture as well as impressive health benefits. King Oyster…

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Enoki Mushrooms

The cultivated variety of these crisply delicate mushrooms comes in clumps of long, spaghetti like stems topped with tiny, snowy…

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Fungus Mushrooms

Many people prefer wild mushrooms, which are often more flavourful. Mushrooms are a low-calorie food eaten cooked, raw or as a…

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Swiss Brown Mushrooms

Swiss brown mushrooms are related to the white agaricus variety, with brown skin rather than white. Their flavour is stronger…

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Field Port Mushrooms

Easy, delicious and very steak-like. It has a strong and individual flavor. It keeps well in the refrigerator. It combines with…

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Field Mushroom

These mushrooms are yummy with eggs, but just as nice on toast by themselves. Good old field mushrooms make a…

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Mushroom Button

Buttons are the youngest and generally (but not always) the smallest. The name refers to their shape and stage of…

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Lettuce Tatsoi

Tatsoi is a playful, Asian green native to Japan that resembles spinach with spoon-shaped leaves, but showcases a stronger, mustardy…

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Lettuce Swiss Chard

Swiss chard, along with kale, mustard greens and collard greens, is one of several leafy green vegetables often referred to…

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Lettuce Special Mix

For a bold combination of our favourite lettuces, try this 5-Lettuce Mix. The varying textures and tastes are sure to…

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Lettuce Roquette

Arugula, also called Roquette, is a leafy green vegetable, like lettuce and spinach. Native to the Mediterranean and Asia, Roquette…

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Lettuce Radicchio Head

Radicchio, or red chicory, adds colour to your garden and dinner table. Wine-red leaves have white ribs infused with tangy…

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Lettuce Radicchio Loose

Radicchio, or red chicory, adds colour to your garden and dinner table. This vegetable is used widely. Wine-red leaves have…

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Lettuce Mizuna

Mizuna, is a cool season Japanese mustard green that has a similar appearance as wild arugula. Mizuna is considered a…

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Lettuce Iceberg

There once was a time–before the arrival of mesclun, frisee, endive, spring mix, packaged salads, radicchio and arugula–when iceberg lettuce…

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Lettuce Festival Green

Green festival lettuce is a loose-leaf lettuce. The Green festival lettuce may be distinguished from Red festival lettuce by the…

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Lettuce Cos Green

With an excellent flavour and good keeping qualities Romaine, also called Cos Lettuce, is the second most popular lettuce next…

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Lettuce Coral Red

One of oldest, most popular salad vegetables, spread from India in ancient times and enjoying a resurgence. Beautiful heirloom, attractive smooth…

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Lemon Grass

Lemon grass is a grass like plant with long slender foliage growing to about 2-3 feet tall.  Leaves are grayish-green…

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Fennel

Herb fennel can be harvested as needed by cutting away the feathery foliage. If seed is desired, allow the plant…

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Dill

The feathery leaves resemble fennel but its flavour is quite distinct. Dill has a mild and warm flavour. Dill is used…

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Chives

Chives are a close relative to onion, garlic, leeks and scallions. Of these, chives have the most delicate flavour. Chives are…

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Eve Apples

The Eve Apple is a new apple on the Australian market, easily identified by its bright red skin. What makes…

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Sundowner Apples

Sundowner is very much a warm-climate apple.  That means it needs long hot summers to ripen, but it also has…

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Jazz Apples

Launched in Australia April 2009, Jazz Apples are the super fruit product with the best qualities from its parent varieties,…

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Fuji Apples

Fuji is surely one of the more attractive modern apple varieties. Its main characteristic is the lovely pink speckled flush…

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Red Delicious Apples

This one’s a classic – America’s favourite snacking apple. The heart-shaped fruit is bright red and sometimes striped. Crunchy with…

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Golden Delicious Apples

Golden Delicious has a bright yellow to golden skin colour, sometimes with a pink tinge. It is at its best…

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Royal Gala Apple

Royal Gala are characterised by a blush of pink of the skin, the colour varies from yellow to almost orange…

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Granny Smith Apples

Granny Smith is one of the best cooking apples with a sensational tart, tangy flavour. When fully mature the sweetness…

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Turnips

Turnips are creamy-white with a lovely purple, red or greenish upper part where the taproot has been exposed to sunlight….

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Stringless Beans

String beans can be very nutritious. Although string beans are available all year long, it’s best to eat them when…

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Silverbeet Rainbow

Basically a multi-coloured relative of beetroot and silverbeet, this plant is one of the easiest to grow in the garden…

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Parsnips

Parsnip ‘Tender and True’ is a delicious old variety or parsnip, with long white roots, which grows well and matures…

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Mini Capsicum

Baby capsicums were first developed in Japan so they could be used as single serves. They are about half the…

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Mexican Mangoes

Mexican mangoes for Australian import are sweet and colourful. Mangoes are available in a range of sizes and varieties. They…

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Daikon

Daikon is is root vegetable said to have originated in the Mediterranean and brought to China for cultivation around 500…

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Coriander

Used as a fragrant wilted green, It’s perfect for stir fries and cooked on its own with ginger and garlic….

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Chinese Cabbage

Wombok is also known as Chinese cabbage. It has a sweet, mild flavour and crunchy texture. A good source of vitamin…

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Kale Cavolo Nero

Kale is a wonderful crop for the winter vegetable garden. The flavour and texture improves once the frosts have started…

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Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts ‘Wellington’ is an excellent, heavy-cropping, classic green Brussels sprout with lovely flavour. These make very handsome winter veg…

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Broccoli

One of the most nutritious vegetables, broccoli contains vitamins A and E, folate, calcium and iron. It has a higher…

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Brocollini

A cross between broccoli and Chinese kale. Its tender stalks are thinner than broccoli and have a slightly sweeter taste…

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Blood Oranges

This crimson-red pigment so adored in the blood orange comes from the blood oranges unique ability to produce Anthocyanins which…

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Beetroot

Like many modern vegetables, beetroot was first cultivated by the Romans. By the 19th century it held great commercial value…

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Beetroot Golden

Beetroot ‘Burpees Golden’ is a sweet-tasting and brilliant-looking organic beetroot, it’s fantastic for mixing with the purple in a salad.

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Beetroot Candy

Beetroot ‘Candy Stripe’ is a beautiful deep-pink skinned, stripy pink and white fleshed beetroot with a sweet flavour. It looks…

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Baby Eggplant

Eggplant or Brinjal, is a very low calorie vegetable and has healthy nutrition profile; good news for weight watchers! The…

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Beetroot – Baby

Beets contain a wonderful amount of calcium, potassium and even vitamin A. Both Vitamin A and Calcium play a large…

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Micro Basil (Purple)

A mild basil flavour. Microgreen Purple Basil is one of the prettiest basil varieties. The vivid colour of its petite…

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Basil (Greek)

Strong spicy bitter basil flavour. Microgreen Greek Basil is a gourmet variety which is loved by chefs.  It has a…

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Raspberries

Also known as Rubus idaeus, the raspberry belongs to the same botanical family as the rose and the blackberry. The…

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Blueberries

For many centuries, Native Americans gathered fresh blueberries from the forests of North America. Even then, blueberries were revered for…

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Bananas – QLD

Bananas are Australia’s largest fresh horticulture crop, selling more than any other fruit on the market. With fruit available year-round,…

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Avocado

The avocado (Persea americana) is a tree native to Mexico and Central America, classified in the flowering plant family Lauraceae…

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Apricot

Apricots are those beautifully orange colored fruits full of beta-carotene and fiber that are one of the first signs of…

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Apple : Pink Lady

Large with a firm, sweet, crisp juicy flesh. Excellent in salads, sauces and pies. Cripps Pink (sold as Pink Lady™)…

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Apple : Granny Smith

A hard apple with a crisp tart flavour perfect for baking, freezing, salads, sauces and pies. Granny Smith is one…

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Asparagus

Labour-intensive to grow, asparagus are the young shoots of a cultivated lily plant. They’re considered to be one of the…

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Asian : Kai Lan

Kai-lan is the Cantonese name for a vegetable that is also known as Chinese broccoli or Chinese kale. It is…

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Asian : Choy Sum

Choy sum is an Asian green, related to bok choy. It has mid-green coloured leaves and stalks, with small yellow…

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Asian Veg: Bok Choy

Arguably the most popular Chinese vegetable, Bok choy has a light sweet flavour and is extremely versatile – it can be…

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Artichoke Jerusalem

This vegetable is not truly an artichoke but a variety of sunflower with a lumpy, brown-skinned tuber that often resembles…

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Bean Shoots

The typical bean sprout is made from the greenish-capped mung beans. Other common bean sprouts are the usually yellow, larger-grained…

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Asian Green : Bok Choy

SEASON: JAN – DEC Bok choy or pak choi (Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis) is a type of Chinese cabbage. Chinensis…

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Baby Corn

SEASON: JAN – MAR Baby corn, young corn, or cornlettes, is a cereal grain taken from corn (maize) harvested early…

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Aniseed Bulb

SEASON: MAR – JUN Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a flowering plant species in the carrot family. It is a hardy, perennial herb…

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Free-Range Eggs

SEASON: JAN – DEC Free-range eggs are eggs produced from birds that are permitted outdoors for at least part of…

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Basil

Basil, Thai basil, or sweet basil, is a common name for the culinary herb Ocimum basilicum; US of the family…

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Capsicum

SEASON: MAR – JUNE Capsicum (commonly known as peppers) is a genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family Solanaceae….

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Bananas

Bananas are believed to have originated up to 10,000 years ago and some scientists believe they may have been the…

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Alfalfa Sprouts

Alfalfa sprouts are the shoots of the alfalfa plant, harvested before they become the full-grown plant. Because they are so…

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