Hi, we received our 1kg parcel of dried mango this morning. I transferred it to a Tupperware and put it in the fridge, for longevity! The kids have arrived home from school, gone straight to the fridge and gone straight for the mango. IT’S DELICIOUS!!! Thanks a mil Fiona & family
Hi Muppi, I received my order the other day and I just wanted to say a big thank you for such great service and amazing products! I love what I ordered and will be ordering again and spreading the word about your produce to all my friends and family. Thank you, Mel
Another recent publication. This time thank you to Alice Gorman for her interest in our story about dried mango and other dried fruits and the publication in Sunday Mail ‘Ask a Farmer’ segment. We really enjoyed reading your version ourselves. Please check out Alice’s story here…. PressDisplay
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The Australian mango season has extended over the past decade due to being grown in different regions across Australia. It starts in the NT runs down the QLD coast and into northern NSW. Some are now being grown in Mildura (North VIc) for late season mangos. Now in end Nov, the season is in full
It has been described as the 1 in 500 year flood. Whilst our business remained high and dry we were gutted to see so many friends whose businesses and homes where destroyed. Gin Gin alone had approximately 100 homes that were inundated. Of our farming friends we have seen the sugar and citrus
Strawberry Season has begun in Bundaberg. Super sweet varieties abound. Buy Bundaberg fresh strawberries from good fruit and vegetable shops for a beautiful winter day pickup or order dried strawberries from us online to add to your meusli or lunch snack pack.
The 2011 Dried Mango Season was very difficult in the supply of fruit. Own mango trees, along with many others in the Bundaberg area, suffered the worst pollination on record and as such has been difficult to find fruit. We have been able to make a reasonable amount of dried mango however and thank