S. J. Fresh Produce Market Update!!

BUYERS  on call today           FRUIT – Adrian VEGETABLES – Tony

EVEN THOUGH THIS IS A LONG WEEKEND THIS WEEKEND YOUR ORDER SCHEDULE REMAINS THE SAME. WE WILL BE HERE PACKING ORDERS ON MONDAY AS NORMAL.

PLEASE ENSURE ALL ORDERS ARE IN BY 2pm SATURDAY AS PER USUAL

THIS WEEKS IGA SPECIALS ARE ICEBERG LETTUCE, SPRING ONIONS, RED ONIONS, HOMESTYLE SMALL WET SALADS 325gm-480gm and WA ALL THE WAY SALAD BAGS 120gm-15

Vegetable News

Red and Royal Blue potatoes should be fine for supply being from South Australia in 20kg bags. Basil will remain light in supply and highly priced. Broccoli bunch is now available @ $2.40 per bunch and Iced broccoli will be approx $6 kg. Cabbage will be as high as $3 each and Cauliflowers will still be over $6 each. Mushrooms continue to be a challenge with some lines unavailable. Stringless beans will be available and will be approx $15kg. There will be no IMPORTED GARLIC available until next week as we are waiting for the next arrival from Mexico. Burpless cucumbers will be up in price and Green cucumbers will not be available. Baby carrots will be up in price and could be eastern states produce.

THIS WEEKS SJ VEG SPECIAL IS SWEET POTATO LOOSE @ $2.30KG

WEEKEND DEAL ON LEBANESE TRAYS @ $5 per kilo

 Fruit News

IGA WEEKLY SPECIALS:- Bravo Apples, WA Navel Oranges & Lemons

IGA WEEKEND SPECIAL: – IMPERIAL & CLEMENTINE MANDARINS

SJ WEEKLY SPECIALS– 1kg PP Kanzi Apples @ $3 bag, 1kg PP Fuji Apples @ $2.50 bag & Budget Packham Pears $1.50kg

Bananas will be up in price – loose around $4-$5 per carton – Lunchbox $2-$3 per tub – poor growing conditions have contributed to limited numbers being cut. Avocados will be shade dearer. 1kg PP Royal Gala Apples are back available again, although 1kg Kanzi’s are a better price point at the moment. USA Cherries will be available, price will be down a shade as well @ $25kg. PP Large Medjool Dates are back available again. There’s no Mangoes either, the next shipment has been delayed & won’t arrive until Monday. ‘New Season’ Sundowner Apples have started, fruit is looking very good.