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Top 5 -yesterday
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Top 5 -last week
- “I don’t know how blueberry farmers are going to survive”
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Top 5 -last month
Australian summer season promising for AFPC
AFPC is well into the mango supply from Katherine (Northern Territory) with Mareeba (Queensland) mangoes starting next week. Mangoes are looking beautiful with a full range of sizes, ready for export to Asia, Middle East, the Pacific and the Americas.
AFPC Exports has commenced the peach and nectarine season with strong early volumes of all varieties. AFPC is supplied by exclusive brand Bombowlee Specialty Fruit. Bombowlee branded stonefruit is currently coming from Sydney region growers and is the bench mark of quality in early season supply. The local peach and nectarine growers have worked closely with AFPC Exports for decades, and have a niche in early season, high quality stonefruit. AFPC Exports has long standing relationships with leading growers in premium growing regions throughout Australia, ensuring sweet and juicy stonefruit is available all season.
AFPC Exports was founded in 1982 by Geoff Hagarty Senior and was one of the first companies in Australia to provide import and export services for all lines in the fresh fruits and vegetables category.
In 2006, AFPC Exports became a part of the N&A Group, linking the export business even closer to the parent company's tight network of Australia's top growers providing mangoes, stone fruit, avocadoes, apples, citrus products and grapes.
Today, AFPC Exports operates out of one of the largest spaces available at the Sydney Markets.
AFPC convenient location to Sydney International Airport and Sydney Harbour allows them to provide speedy reactive service.
Tel: +61 2 9764 3499
Mob: +61 413 512 251
Fax: +61 2 9746 7633
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