Fruit & Vegetables

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    Bananas (3x)

    Original price was: $3.79.Current price is: $3.29.

    Approx 4-6 bananas per kg (equivalent to $2.99 per kg) – but actual weight vs quantity may vary

    Bananas are a great potassium-loaded food which also contains carbohydrates, vitamin C, and magnesium.

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    Red Kumara per 1kg

    Original price was: $13.99.Current price is: $9.99.

    Approx 1-2 large  sized kumara per 1kg.
    Kumara is a good source of vitamin c and a source of dietary fibre and niacin.

    Maximum Order 10kg per household

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    Brown Onions Loose (2kg)

    Original price was: $6.00.Current price is: $3.99.

    Brown Onions Loose (2kg)

    Approx 7 (6-8) medium onions per kg, equates to around $1.99 per kg

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    Hass Green Avocado (ea)

    Original price was: $2.20.Current price is: $1.33.

    The popular Haas avocado, which has dark-green, nubby skin.

    Avocados are one of the few fruits (yes, technically they’re a fruit, not a veggie) that contain healthy unsaturated fats. These fats help lower undesirable LDL cholesterol when eaten in place of saturated fat.

    Avocados ripen or “soften” after they have been harvested. To speed up the process, place the avocado in a paper bag with an apple or banana for two to three days. The fruit is ready to eat when the stem comes out easily (or, if the stem is gone, when the fruit yields slightly to gentle pressure).

    Nutritional Info

    One serving (about one-third of a medium Haas avocado) provides about 80 calories and nearly 20 different nutrients, many of which are considered heart-healthy, including unsaturated fat, fiber, vitamin K, vitamin E, and potassium.

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    Mandarins (500g)

    Original price was: $4.50.Current price is: $2.99.

    Fresh Mandarins

    Approximately 12 fruit per kg – size & weight may vary

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    Oranges (1kg)

    Original price was: $8.00.Current price is: $5.49.

    Orange/Ārani

    Approx. 3-4 units per kg  –  but actual quantity may vary

    Store at room temperature. Handle all fresh produce with care and wash before eating.

    Oranges have a high vitamin C content

     

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    Washed Carrots (1.5kg)

    Original price was: $4.49.Current price is: $3.99.

    Approximately 18 carrot to the 1.5kg bag – Quantity per kg may vary depending on size

    Carrots can be eaten raw as snacks, or cooked and used in savoury and some sweet dishes, such as carrot cake or muffins. They can be boiled, steamed, baked, roasted, barbecued, stir fried or microwaved. Carrots should be cooked until they are tender but still slightly crunchy. Or cook carrots until they are tender and mash or puree them.

    Carrots are the richest vegetable source of vitamin a, from beta-carotene. One medium carrot supplies more than the recommended dietary intake for a day. Carrots are also a source of dietary fibre, vitamin c and niacin.

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    Red Tomatoes (half dozen)

    Original price was: $5.50.Current price is: $3.99.

    Approx 7 (6-10) medium tomatoes per kg – but actual quantity may vary. Ideal for snacks, salads, sauces and frying. Flavour varies from season to season.

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    Apples (1kg)

    Original price was: $6.99.Current price is: $3.99.

    Approx. 5-6 units per kg –  but actual quantity may vary.
    A crunchy, juicy, thin-skinned apple with a clean, refreshingly sweet flavour. Perfect for eating and desserts.

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    Broccoli (ea)

    Original price was: $2.29.Current price is: $1.50.

    Top 5 health benefits of broccoli

    1. Good for heart health

    2. Contains cancer protective compounds

    3. May be good for eye health

    4. May support hormonal balance

    5. May support the immune system

    Allergens

    For most of us, broccoli is a healthy option. However, if you have a thyroid issue you may be advised to not over consume brassica vegetables.
    If you are on blood thinning medication such as warfarin, your GP or dietitian may suggest you monitor the vitamin K foods, like broccoli, in your diet

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    Sweetcorn each

    Original price was: $1.49.Current price is: $0.99.

    Fresh on the cob

  • Potatoes 10kg

    $23.99

    Potatoes are nutrient dense, bursting with vitamins and minerals and provide a great base for a balanced diet.

    They are an important dietary staple in countries all over the world. They are 99.9% fat free and are a great source of fibre when served with their skins on. They are high in starch so will keep you feeling full for longer. Potatoes are an important source of vitamin C. They also contain B group vitamins, potassium, iron, magnesium, and phytonutrients all of which make potatoes a great choice as part of a healthy diet. Yellow flesh and red-skinned potatoes are also high in antioxidant levels. Not only are potatoes easy to cook but they are good for you!

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    Telegraph Cucumber ea

    Original price was: $2.29.Current price is: $1.99.

    Telegraph Cucumber ea One of the only foods containing silicone, which is essential for maintaining healthy hair & nails. Telegraph Cucumbers are sweeter than the short cucumbers. Telegraph cucumbers are related to watermelons & have a refreshing, watery flesh, crisp texture & cool taste. Try using sliced cucumber as a base for canapes or as…

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    Potatoes (1kg)

    Original price was: $4.99.Current price is: $2.99.

    Potatoes x6

    Potatoes are nutrient dense, bursting with vitamins and minerals and provide a great base for a balanced diet.

    They are an important dietary staple in countries all over the world. They are 99.9% fat free and are a great source of fibre when served with their skins on. They are high in starch so will keep you feeling full for longer. Potatoes are an important source of vitamin C. They also contain B group vitamins, potassium, iron, magnesium, and phytonutrients all of which make potatoes a great choice as part of a healthy diet. Yellow flesh and red-skinned potatoes are also high in antioxidant levels. Not only are potatoes easy to cook but they are good for you!

    Potatoes are not fattening, however some cooking and preparation methods are. Look how cooking methods can alter this level.

    For example, per 100g:

    • A boiled potato has 0.2g of fat
    • A baked potato in the jacket has 0.3g fat
    • Roasted potatoes have 5g fat
    • Oven baked chips have 6g fat
    • A potato baked in the jacket with added sour cream has 7g fat
    • Deep fried chips have 10 – 14g fat
    • Potato crisps have 34g fat
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    Pams Chunky Mixed Veges 1kg

    Original price was: $4.99.Current price is: $4.49.

    5.0 health star rating

    Low Fat. Low Sodium. No Added Colours. No Added Flavours.

    Ingredients

    Carrots, Green Beans, Potatoes (Mineral Salt (450)), Broccoli

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    Pams Asian Stir Fry Mix 1kg

    Original price was: $4.79.Current price is: $4.19.

    4.5 health star rating

    Low Fat. Low Sodium. No Added Colours. No Added Flavours.

    Ingredients

    Carrots, Butter Beans, Onions, Sugarsnap Peas, Red Capsicum