Culina Market

Apricots, Australia

Best grown in regions that have cool winters instead of heavy frosts, apricots are mostly harvested in Victoria and other southern Australian states. This small velvety-skinned fruit has a medium to firm consistency with a sweet or tart flavour, depending on its variety. Its exterior ripens into shades of yellow to orange, with an occasional blush of red on the side from exposure to the sun. With a juicy bite, they make for the perfect energy boost to get through the day.

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Cherries, Australia

Australia’s quintessential summer fruit that’s well loved for its delicious flavour and recognised by its beautiful ruby red hue, cherries have been cultivated in New South Wales since the late 1800s. With cherry season lasting only 100 days, they are always a welcome snack at any summer picnic and festive feast. Jam packed with antioxidants, vitamin C and potassium, it’s no wonder they are a staple of the season.

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Gariguette Strawberries, France

Available between February and June, this delicious spring strawberry is an old Provençal variety that’s prized by top chefs for its lovely perfume and exceptional flavour that’s reminiscent of wild strawberries.

Shaped like elegant pointed cones, enjoy the delicate sweetness of these berries with a flute of chilled champagne. For a simple dessert, dress them with a light drizzle of balsamic vinegar or serve them with sweetened whipped cream. Not sure what to do with the excess? Make a homemade strawberry jam that pairs perfectly with scones and clotted cream.

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Nectarines, Australia

Dubbed the ‘Nectar of the Gods’ for its highly aromatic and juicy flesh, nectarines are one of Australia’s most in-demand fruit for export. Rich in phytonutrients, their skins come in shades of red and yellow, or red and white. When the flesh separates easily from the stone they’re known as freestone varieties, when the flesh adheres firmly to the stone, they’re known as clingstone varieties. Taste the high quality of nectarines yielded from Australia’s clean environment and ideal climate.

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