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We have slightly shorter days through June and July, opening 10am and closing 4pm. Come and enjoy some homemade soup, hotpots and lots more…
We are now coming to the end of our fresh fruit season with the last 3 fruits being persimmon, tamarillo and kiwifruit. These are all grown organically with no chemicals used. They are available in the shop now and we … Continue reading
If you are planning to lunch at Tutti Fruitti on Mother’s Day and have a group of more than 5 people then we need you to make a booking. Hopefully the sun will be shining and there will be plenty … Continue reading
With the colder weather now here our fig season has finished. We will have feijoas in the shop this weekend but it will be the last weekend. We have plenty of persimmon and there are lots more to come!
The white figs are still available but the black ones have now finished. Probably only 1-2 weeks more of white figs. The feijoas are still going strong and available in 1kg bags. Persimmon have now started as well as our … Continue reading
Due to unforeseen circumstances we are unable to be open today. We will reopen for Easter Monday. Apologies to all our customers.
The figs are slowing up now with the cooler weather and we are expecting to have the last of them available over Easter weekend. Feijoas are currently in plentiful supply so apple and feijoa crumble will be on the menu … Continue reading
We will be open for both of these weekends, with slightly shorter hours for the public holidays. EASTER Fri-Sat-Sun-Mon 10am to 4pm daily ANZAC Fri-Sat-Sun-Mon 9-30am to 4-30pm standard hours ANZAC DAY Tue 25th April 10am to 4pm
Calling all Kiwis…. feijoas have now started. For those of you who do not know this fruit, it is a favourite for many New Zealanders and much sought after for the months of March and April. Very short season, usually … Continue reading
We are now picking both black and white figs every day. Lots of both varieties now available, very sweet and juicy. Large and small trays. Delicious!