By: David Fitzsimons
There’s some good news for cherry lovers this Christmas with the prices set to be lower than last year’s highs.
Orange orchardist and president of the NSW Cherry Growers Association, Fiona Hall, said the crop was looking good this year.
Mrs Hall said the best fruit would probably cost $20 a kilogram at the shops – down from the $30 a kilogram prices of last Christmas after an incredibly wet winter in Orange led to a limited supply.
She said growers received $20 a kilogram last year but this was expected to drop to $10-15 a kilogram this year.
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