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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Avocado producers say stop squeezing the fruit favourably received by shoppers but it is still some time away from commerciali
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 53 minutes ago
favourably received by shoppers but it is still some time away from commercialisation." Avocados Australia chief executive John Tyas said consumers should not fear buying fruit that was still hard. "Your store-bought avocado should ripen within a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Avocado off the menu as shortage sends prices soaringsupply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of Fe
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
supply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of February. Avocados Australia chief executive John Tyas said there was usually a slight shortage this time of year as the supply of Hass avocados from Western Australia... Read more
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WA Today
Avocado off the menu as shortage sends prices soaringsupply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of Fe
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
supply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of February. Avocados Australia chief executive John Tyas said there was usually a slight shortage this time of year as the supply of Hass avocados from Western Australia... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Avocado off the menu as shortage sends prices soaringsupply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of Fe
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
supply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of February. Avocados Australia chief executive John Tyas said there was usually a slight shortage this time of year as the supply of Hass avocados from Western Australia... Read more
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The Age
Avocado off the menu as shortage sends prices soaringsupply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of Fe
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
supply issue, with volumes expected to be meeting demand again by the end of February. Avocados Australia chief executive John Tyas said there was usually a slight shortage this time of year as the supply of Hass avocados from Western Australia... Read more
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Weekly Times
Avocado price ripe$80 for Hass. “For Reed avocados normal prices might be about $30 a tray,” he
Weekly Times / Posted a month ago
$80 for Hass. “For Reed avocados normal prices might be about $30 a tray,” he said. Avocados Australia chief executive John Tyas said typically there was higher demand for avocados during summer but it was also the lowest supply period. “We... Read more
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The North West Star
Avocados off the menu as price surge hits Brisbane cafeshad already decided to remove the fruit from their menu following the price spi
The North West Star / Posted a month ago
had already decided to remove the fruit from their menu following the price spike. Avocado Australia chief executive John Tyas said the bulk of current supplies were from New Zealand, where weather events coupled with the "logistical issue"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Avocados off the menu as price surge hits Brisbane cafeshad already decided to remove the fruit from their menu following the price spi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
had already decided to remove the fruit from their menu following the price spike. Avocado Australia chief executive John Tyas said the bulk of current supplies were from New Zealand, where weather events coupled with the "logistical issue"... Read more
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The Age
Avocados off the menu as price surge hits Brisbane cafeshad already decided to remove the fruit from their menu following the price spi
The Age / Posted a month ago
had already decided to remove the fruit from their menu following the price spike. Avocado Australia chief executive John Tyas said the bulk of current supplies were from New Zealand, where weather events coupled with the "logistical issue"... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The great avocado shortage of 2018amounts of Shepard are already being delivered to market and higher quantities
Adelaide Now / Posted a month ago
amounts of Shepard are already being delivered to market and higher quantities are expected to flow through from the first and second week of February, instead of the more usual mid-to-late February,” Avocados Australia chief executive John Tyas sa... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Smashed avocado under strict cafe rationing as seasonal gap bitesto the markets in February. Supplied: Serra Farming The season generally star
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
to the markets in February. Supplied: Serra Farming The season generally starts in February, but Avocados Australia CEO John Tyas said some growers are reporting an earlier start. "Some small amounts of Shepard are already being delivered to... Read more
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