Looking around a typical supermarket these days, you might be forgiven for thinking that the fruit available today through Fresh Fruits is almost unrecognisable to what was available less than a generation ago. The perfumed rambutan; the delicate hidden delight of the physalis; the oddly enticing African Horned Cucumber, or the wild contrast in smell and flavour of the remarkable Durian. These are just a few of the fruits that today are familiar—and to families—not just the gourmand. Miraclefruit; mangosteen; cherimoya; aguajefruit; cupuaçu and the pitaya. Not just apples and oranges, but a year-round harvest of nature that abounds with fresh and original flavours, that Fresh Fruits specialise in.
“fresh and original flavours”