By: David Fitzsimons
Thereâ€™s some good news for cherry lovers this Christmas with the prices set to be lower than last yearâ€™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 â€“ 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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