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Dried Grapes Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

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Dried Grapes Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview Raisins are a type of grape that has been dried for around three weeks. Grapes darken as they dry, which gives raisins their dark brown colour. A range of grape varieties is used to make raisins. The size, taste and colour depend on the type of fruit that is used. This fruit is primarily […]

2021-06-15

Table Grapes Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Introduction Table grapes are popular all throughout Australia. Because of this, they are grown across all states in the nation. Due to the labour shortage situation amidst the pandemic, Victorian producers are forced to admit that the upcoming season may be tumultuous due to the weather change and labour shortage. it is crucial to pick […]

2021-06-15

Plums Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview The majority of plums that are produced in Australia are grown in the southern states. Nevertheless, these plums are predominantly produced in Victoria. Over the years, plums have become extremely popular with Australian citizens. Varieties In Australia, plums are classified as either Japanese or European varieties. The plums may also be ‘freestone’, where the […]

2021-06-15

Nectarines Production and Growth (2020)

Overview Nectarines are classified as a variant of peach that has smooth-textured skin. Experts believe that they originated in China more than 2000 years ago. They are either eaten while they are firm or soft. Usually, when this fruit becomes soft it is because it has ripened. This fruit is classified as a juicy fruit. […]

2021-06-15

Pears Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Introduction An interesting fact that may be unknown to many is that pears are not only a good source of fibre, but they also contain loads of Vitamin C that boosts the immune system. Moreover, they are also known as pome fruit, and they belong to the Rosaceae family. This family includes other fruits such […]

2021-06-14

Watermelons Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview Watermelons are generally produced all across Australia. However, the majority of the amount is found in the northern states. Most of the fruit that is produced is saved for the fresh fruit market. Nonetheless, there is a small volume that is reserved for export. Statistics of Watermelons As of June 2020: 131,889 tonnes of […]

2021-06-14

Muskmelons Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview Muskmelons are a variety of fruit that houses two subtypes. One of these variants is rockmelons, whereas the other one is honeydew melons. Production of this particular type of melon occurs all across Australia. Thus, they are available all-year-round for consumption. Statistics of Muskmelons As of June 2020: In Australia, 34% of the citizens […]

2021-06-11

Mangoes Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview Since mango is a tropical fruit, its production predominantly occurs in Northern Australia. The mango season starts in mid-November in Mareeba, early December in Dimbulah and mid-December in Central Queensland. Types of Mangoes The fruit harvest season comprises of a wide variety of mango types. The most common amongst them is Kensington Pride, which […]

2021-06-11

Lychees’ Production in Australia (2020)

Overview The lychee is a subtropical fruit, which is oval and the size of a walnut. In fact, lychees are part of the berry kingdom and grown on tropical, evergreen trees. Moreover, after a few months of growth, these individual flowers transform into bunches of fruit. Australia is a nation that harbours the most extended […]

2021-06-11

Custard Apples Growth and Production in Australia (2020)

Overview In Australia, the majority of custard apples, also known as cherimoyas, are produced in Queensland and also northern New South Wales. The exports and imports value of these custard apples are negligible. The unique variant of the custard apple that is grown in Australia is known as an atemoya. Statistics of Custard Apples As […]

2021-06-11