Fuji apples have arrived 🍎+ we still have 🍇

What’s NEW at the Market this Week?

🍎Apple season has really arrived – first the Royal Galas and now Fuji apples are being picked at the Costanzo family farm. They arrive at the market this week. This medium-sized apple is slightly sweeter than other varieties and is great in salads, pies, sauces. It can also be frozen.


🍇Black muscats are still being picked so enjoy them while they last (this may be their last week).

Also new this week at Three Sons Coffee Cartel is their NEW whole spiced freshly BREWED coconut chai. I can’t wait!


What’s GREAT this Week?

Who can resist the aroma of freshly picked and cut passion fruit? And when served with sliced bananas and cream on their own or on a pavlova – YUMMO! Everest Farm has both of these in abundance at the moment so it is the perfect time to enjoy them in your brekky bowl or for dessert or anytime throughout the day really 😋😋

 Stallholder Changes this Week: 


One Organics – back this week with lots of organic seedlings for you to pop into your garden


ABSENT due to seasonal variations:

  • Nudgel Nuts (returning March)
  • Narbey’s Best Avocados – returns June – sadly later than ever due to a poor season again.
  • Tweed River Pecans will reappear at Spice Palace in April
  • Barefoot Farm – returning May
  • Blueberry Fields – season has ended –returning July
Seedling grown at One Organics back this week.
Lettuce from The Gourmet Salad Hut

Entertainment: Joseph Brown and his fab sound

Weather: Partly cloudy with a chance of showers in the afternoon. The temperature will be a very pleasant 28 degrees by 11.00am and up to 30 by early afternoon J

Produce of the week (newest season produce is in bold):

  • Apples – new season Royal Galas AND Fuji
  • Bananas
  • Beans
  • Capsicum
  • Cucumbers
  • Dragon Fruit
  • Eggplant
  • Grapes – Black Muscats
  • Microgreens and sprout
  • Passion fruit
  • Raspberries
  • Tomatoes
  • WATERMELON – at Summit Organics
  • Zucchinis

Make a dragon fruit smoothie this week and stock up by freezing or dehydrating to keep you well supplied throughout the year. Also known as the pitaya – a superfood!

Have you ever tried substituting spiralized zucchini (spaghetti) for your usual type? When used with basil pesto – or any pesto really you can barely tell the difference. It is the perfect way to add more vegies to a reluctant vegie eaters meal 🤨 Place it on a bed of lettuce with some olives and voila 😋