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Find wholesale or retail fruit and vegetables from all around Australia. Get in touch with their team to view products, order an in-stock order and see how they can help you to get your first order.

Searching for wholesale fruit and vegees and supplies? This is the one place where you can get wholesale and retail fruit and veges. You’ll find a selection of wholesale products including a large range of fruit and vegetables from local fruit growers and orchardists from across Australia. These include wholesale fresh fruit such as apples, citrus, grapes and apples and wholesale bulk fruit and veges including fresh strawberries, bananas, kiwis, apples, oranges, citrus, pears and mangoes.

Aussie Fruit

Aussie Fruit are Australia’s largest independent fruit and vegetable wholesaler, stocking over 200,000 products sourced from Australia. With their unique combination of quality, price and variety, their customer service is always second to none.

Aussie Fruit is run by three people, Pauline Wilson, Stephen Wilson and Stephen Mowat. The company was established by Pauline Wilson in 2002 with the intention to deliver only the best fruit and veges to customers. The goal is still the same and they carry on as one of the country’s leading suppliers, helping their customers to always get the best fruit and veges, all while ensuring they’re delivered in great condition.

Australia's Finest Apple

“We sell the best apples around. Our aim is to sell the best Australian apples you can find anywhere. We want to do it all: apple growing, selling, grading, packing, shipping, and we’re even selling fruit juice. The whole thing.”

Australia's Finest Apple have been operating from Sydney for over ten years. The company was established in 2003 by Mark Cottrill and now, over 10 years later, has expanded into a large-scale operation supplying Australia’s leading apple growers with its fresh produce. The company has grown into becoming a one-stop shop for all of the company’s clients and customers. Their apple growing and grading operations are now run out of Australia's highest quality temperature and humidity controlled storage facility. This facility ensures that all of the produce that they supply to their customers is at the top of its game.

Australia's Finest Apple is one of Australia’s leading suppliers of apples, pears and plums. Over the years the company has helped its customers develop their own orchards by providing quality advice, advice and training and the latest and greatest equipment. Today, Australia's Finest Apple is the go to supplier for their customers, offering top quality food grown in Australia.

"The company has experienced many highs and lows over the years. It's a business that has taken us to new heights and we are now a significant supplier of fruit and veg in Australia.

- Australia's Finest Apple, Mark Cottrill

To find out more about Australia’s Finest Apple, click here.

Or, if you're looking to have your own orchard in Australia, click here.

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