Australia Fruits is a major Australian marketer and exporter of Fresh Produce, supplying leading supermarkets and distributors throughout the world. We specialise in the procurement and supply of quality Australian grown fruit and vegetables and are focused on building and developing strategic relationships with both our clients and supply base. We think of ourselves as the conduit between the customer and the grower. With the expertise and professionalism that Australia Fruits provides, comes loyalty and a strong commitment to all those we work with. Our extensive customer base includes Russia, Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Canada, UK, Saudi Arabia, Dubai Fiji and Pacific Islands.Download our Exports produce calendar
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This tropical fruit has been cultivated for centuries in parts of the tropical Amazon Basin of Bolivia, with the name translating to ‘honey kiss’. A relative of the mangosteen, achachas are tangy in taste and effervescent. Bright orange in colour when ripe, they are rich in vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium and also folate.
Pink blush over a green/yellow base skin. A crisp apple with a dense, firm flesh and an excellent almost effervescent flavour.
The skin colour of Fuji can vary, but it has a predominantly red/dull pink blush over a green/yellow base. A big apple with a honey sweet taste. It is firm-textured, crisp and juicy with an extremely dense flash.
Known for the distinctive green flesh, which sometimes bears a red blush. This all-purpose apple has a very tart flavour.
Varies in colour from greenish-red to a full, deep red. Quite tart when first picked, Sundowners will sweeten towards the end of the season.
This variety has rich, ruby red skin and crisp, juicy golden flesh. When freshly cut, the flesh remains golden and clear for longer than most other apple varieties, making it the perfect addition to fruit salad and cheese platters.
Bright orange with slight red blush. Early-ripening, firm, tart-sweet flavor.
This is one of the sweeter apricots, with a wide range of uses. It is best eaten at room temperature when it is at it’s sweetest. It can come in quite a large size, with an average of diameter of 50-55mm. There should be no green areas on the fruit, but instead a bright red blush should present itself. For maximum sweetness, it should be just firm to the touch.
Large and firm fruiting early. Light yellow to pale orange. Pleasing flavor, aromatic, freestone. Heavy producer.
Fruit is large and oval, with equal halves and a mild flavor with low acidity. It has firm, deep orange flesh with a fine texture, featuring a light orange skin with a reddish blush on exposed cheeks.
A very popular, excellent quality apricot. Pale apricot skin colour. Flesh is orange in colour, firm and juicy with good flavour.
The most popular variety in Australia, it is grown in a flat bed and it is the exposure to sunlight that increases the chlorophyll content and thus increases the green colour. Green asparagus has an intense nutty flavour.
Grown mostly underneath a mound of dirt to avoid sun exposure, the top 7cm is allowed to grow above the surface before harvesting to allow colour to develop. The flavour intensity is in between that of the green and white varieties.
Grown underneath a mound of dirt to avoid all exposure to sunlight, white asparagus is the most delicate flavour of the three varieties.
Distinctive pebbly skin and more oval shape than other varieties. Sometimes referred to as the ‘black sheep of the family’, the Hass turns a rich purple when ripe and ready to eat.
Smooth, green skin with a golden buttery flesh. This variety has the unique distinction of being the only avocado that doesn’t turn brown when cut.
A medium skin texture with pale flesh and a distinct round shape. This variety is well known for remaining green even when fully ripened.
This variety is a hybrid broccoli for cool-season production. Ironman heads are deep, domed, firm and suitable for fresh market and processing use. The variety has relative tolerance to hollow stem and cateyes.
This variety is an ideal choice for the warm and hot season harvest slots, when it matures in 10 to 11 weeks. The uniform domed heads have excellent weight and firmness with bright green medium sized beads, and are produced on a strong vigorous plant with a solid heavy stem.
Grown in Tasmania, this variety is ideal for the Japanese market
This is a very sweet, smooth, tender and crisp golden-orange baby carrot.
A very sweet, crisp flavour with cylindrical, tender roots 16cm long. It is great for steaming, salads and juicing.
A popular, commonly available sweet variety. They are large and heart-shaped with dark red skin and firm ruby-red flesh. The flavour is sweet and slightly rich.
This dark red, sweet cherry is medium-to-large in size, firm and round. Like Bing cherries, they are deeply colored, very sweet, and often known as black cherries.
The Kordia cherry is a new, sweet eating variety from the Czech Republic. It has glossy, dark fruit with firm flesh and has a delightfully sweet flavour.
With deep, ruby red colored skin and a plump size, this fruit has a slight heart-shape and lustered finish. This cherry produces flavors that are rich and sweet, without a trace of tartness.
A large, dark red cherry. This variety produces firm fruit with a mild sweet, aromatic flavour and a good balance of sugar and acid.
A large, heart shaped red cherry. This variety has firm, juicy flesh of excellent quality.
This newer variety of cherry is similar to the Lapin variety with deep, ruby red colored skin and a plump size.
A large, heart-shaped, bright red cherry which has a mild and sweet flavour with outstanding firmness.
These large seedless black are elongated, with firm blue black skin rewarding with a crunchy bite. The sweet yellow flesh is seedless, and these superb grapes can be enjoyed fresh from the vine
The Black Muscat produces swollen bunches of large and fleshy grapes, with a distinct floral aroma. These sweet black fruit are as suited to the table as the vineyard and are delicious alongside a cheese platter.
Light red, oval-shaped grape with a thick skin, firm crisp flesh and a sweet neutral juicy flavour.
The berries are pale green in colour and oval in shape with a few small seeds and a relatively thick skin. They have a mild, sweet and tangy flavour.
These berries are crisp and firm with a thick, slightly tough skin and firm, crisp flesh with a neutral flavour.
Pinkish-red grape that is very large, round and seeded. The berries have a crisp skin, fleshy pulp, and a very sweet taste.
Small to medium yellow-green oblong shaped grape with a soft berry skin, firm juicy pulp, and a sweet flavour.
Medium brown with fuzzy skin. Emerald green flesh with black seeds and a pale yellow core. Tangy-sweet flavour, reminiscent of strawberry and citrus.
A relatively new fruit to the global market. It is similar to its green kiwifruit cousin, but with a novel flavour that has become very popular with consumers all over the world.
The fruit is bright yellow with rougher skin. The lemons have high juice content and taste sharply acidic.
The fruit is smoother than the Eureka with a pronounced nipple at the end and a short neck with fruit being produced mainly during the winter period.
The fruit is considered to be a hybrid between a lemon and an orange. The fruit is more rounded with light orange-yellow skin and is mildly acidic, without the sour taste of most lemons.
Kaye Pearl, Artic Queen, Ruby Pearl, Artic Rose, Grand Pearl, Fire Pearl, Regal Pearl, June Pearl, Artic Snow.
Mayfire, Mayglow, Rose Diamond, Crimson Baby, Queen Giant, Spring Bright, Diamond Bright, Spring Sweet, Ruby Diamond, Summer Bright, Summer Fire, August Red, September Red.
Ivory Princess, White Lady, Snow Princess, Snow King, September Snow, Spring Snow, Snow Angel, Summer Sweet.
Rich May, June Crest, Desert Red, Spring Bell, Rich Lady, Flame Crest, Elegant Lady, Zee Lady, Queen.