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Friday, January 20, 2017

Now! In Season Australia

Now! In Season....
A global campaign,
By The Victorian State Government,
Australia Government and Horticulture Innovation Australia,
Is promoting various Australian,
Fresh fruits and vegetables,
At peak quality and availability...

The Australian Cherry...
A true 'superfruit'
Emerging studies suggest phytonutrients,
Found in cherries..
May have the ability to reduce,
The risk of heart disease,
Certain cancers, diabetes,
And even alleviate gout and arthritis pain...

Antioxidant advantage
Cherries are a power-packed food,
Loaded with anthocyanins:
The antioxidants responsible,
For their deep red colour..
And other flavonoid antioxidants,
Such as quercetin and kaempferol.

Essential nutrients
Cherries provide,
A good source of Vitamin C,
And a source of potassium and fibre..

Summer stone fruits..
Such as plums,nectarines,
Apricots and peaches,

Love the crispiness of apricots...
:)

Now! In Season program,
Espouses Australia's quality soil,
Continual supply of clean water,
Strict food safety regulation,
And innovative farm practices...

The campaign will educate consumers,
On the seasonality of the commodities,
Health and nutritional benefits,
Of Australian produce,
As well as how to select,
And store the seasonal commodities...

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While eating the cherry....
Little princess: Mummy, can I have the seeds?
Mummy: Huh? Why you want the seeds? What for?
Little princess: I wanna give it to my gong (grandpa)..
Mummy: Why ler?
Little princess: This is too delicious.. I wanna ask gong to plant it...

See!
That's what this campaign for...
To educate little princess,
Why her gong unable to plant this cherry!~~~
Haha!~

For more information on Now! In Season,
Hop over to:
faceboook.com/nowinseasonMy
instagram.com/nowinseasonMy

19 comments:

joysofyz yz said...

ohh, what a whole load of information and benefits about this cherry. Looks juicy! Hope to try it sometimes :)

Ivette L said...

That is just too adorable, I'm so in love with Cherries especially Reiner ones so much sweeter. I never thought about planting them, going to look into that maybe I can save myself some money because they so expensive lol.

Eazy Nazy said...

i love cherries..planting them is a very good option

Mom Knows Best said...

I love cherries, especially when they are dried. So jealous that they are in season for you and not for me.

Fashion Beyond Forty said...

I would love to try Australian fruits! Stone fruits are my favorite! I ADORE cherries and peaches! Lovely article - very precious!

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

Cherries are so costly but I'd rather invest in a pricey super fruit rather than the bills for hospitalization.

AiringMyLaundry said...

Mmm, all this produce looks delicious. I love cherries and peaches--they are my favorites!

Miriam Goh said...

I just love fruits especially Australian products. So juicy and sweet

Our Family World said...

I wan to try foods from other country like this. This has loads of benefits we can get.

Elizabeth O. said...

I think it's lovely to have the fruits that are in season, we always make sure that we have whatever is in season at home since the kids and I love to eat fruits! Those cherries look so yummy and fresh!

Anne Yedlin said...

I love cherries! These ones look especially fresh. I wish the ones in the US looked this good! I knew they had some health benefits but not all of what you stated. What a great post and thank you.

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

If we only had more space in our backyard, I would plant a cherry tree planted there. I love cherries but they can be costly. Fruits from Australia are so nice, plump and juicy. I love the kiwis too.

Karlyn Cru said...

I would want to taste this fruit. Has many benefits for our body

Vicky said...

I love fruits. They are my all time favorites. If I don't take lunch to work, I buy fruits and eat them as lunch. Unfortunately I am too far from Australia and don't even know if Australian fruits make it to Canada?

mail4rosey said...

Sounds like something to look forward to when I get to visit Australia. I hope that day comes soon. :)

Echo A said...

Yum! I love cherries! I don't think I have ever had an Australian cherry, but fresh, in season fruit is always the best!

Surekha said...

Thanks for all the info. Cherries are very nutritious and yummy!

Amy Jones said...

I've tried australian cherries before and my mind was blown! I wish I could have them all the time. This post made me crave them

Lalia Frolick said...

Fresh fruit!!! Definitely one of the things I look forward to going into each new year. These look so good!

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