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2. Each month we post health related articles from our Nutritionist GH Nutrition. This week it’s all about Smart Eating (and how to make a lunch like this one)!
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  • WHAT’S IN SEASON | FRUIT: APPLES All new season. Great range. BANANAS Good value. BERRIES Vic Strawberries eating well. Raspberries good value. CITRUS Limes good value. Aussie grapefruit and pomelo in season. Imperial mandarins are eating better this week. EXOTIC Quinces have started. Peak season for soft and firm persimmon. Custard Apples in season. GRAPES Still good eating Aussie grapes. MELONS Watermelon good value and eating well. NUTS New season walnuts and chestnuts. PAPAYA Excellent eating. PEARS All new season. Try Papple a pear that looks like an apple with a lovely peachy blush. POMEGRANATES In season. STONEFRUIT Plums the pick. All other stonefruit very late in the season. VEGETABLES: ASPARAGUS Imported only. AVOCADOS New season QLD Hass have really kicked off. BEANS Brussel sprouts the pick. Rounds still scarce. Snowpeas and sugar snap pea slightly better value. CELERIAC Very scarce. GARLIC Tassie garlic in season. GOOD VALUE Cauliflower and eggplant. POTATOES & PUMPKIN Washed Dutch Creams in season. New variety of Kabocha pumpkin. SILVERBEET, CAVOLO NERO & KALE Great bunches. TOMATOES Roma’s better value. FLOWERS Double elite tulips, tulips and short roses the picks.