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Your guide to Lemons & Limes

Did you know, you can switch lemons and limes in most recipes as the main difference is really your personal taste. In general, limes have slightly more sugar and acid than lemons which does make them taste a little sweeter. Lemons are usually larger than limes and often yield more juice, so consider this when […]

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Valentine's Day

Doing Valentine’s Day differently

Across Australia and around the world, February 14 marks a day of celebration of St. Valentine. The legend of St. Valentine is shrouded in mystery, however regardless of its origins, Valentine’s Day is celebrated in all parts of the globe. As can be expected with a universal celebration, different cultures have developed their own traditions […]

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Celebrating Australia Day + our public holiday delivery schedule

January is already halfway through, which means one of the nation’s most beloved holidays is right around the corner – Australia Day. It’s a day where people from all backgrounds come together to celebrate what it means to be Australian, and the day wouldn’t be complete without throwing a prawn or a snag on the […]

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The Label Difference: Free-range vs Pasture-raised

For many decades, the egg aisle consisted almost entirely of caged eggs coming from hens living indescribable lives. After the growing awareness of consumers about this unacceptable form of agriculture, things have changed considerably. All major supermarkets in Australia have moved to place a ban on factory-farmed eggs. However, there are still a few label […]

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Kumbia launch

Sun shines on Spring stone fruit

Divine Fruits launched the much-loved stone fruit from the South Burnett at Montague Brisbane Markets on Monday 7 October. Growers delighted in offering tastings of the beautiful Honey May yellow nectarines and Snow Angel white peaches. They were moreish let me tell you! It was a great opportunity for SEQ green grocers to chat with the […]

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Doing Halloween Aussie style

The calendar has turned over to October, which means only one thing: it’s Halloween season. It’s now a huge celebration in Australia, particularly for young families. Getting dressed up and running around the streets in your neighbourhood collecting treats is just a whole lot of fun! As we continue to own this celebration in Australia, […]

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