We’re one of the most popular fruits in the world! We grow on a lovely tree with spreading branches covered with pretty white blossoms from which apples grow once the flowers have been pollinated by insects.
We're juicy citrus fruit with a slightly sour, but pleasant, taste. We're almost round, often with a flat bottom and a slightly tapering neck. We're normally, thin-skinned and yellow, but some of us do come in red and red-blushed colours.
Our skin or rind is more or less rough, thick and dotted with oil glands and our flesh is very juicy and sour.
Oranges are available all year round. We're the best-known citrus fruit and are related to mandarins, lemons, grapefruit, limes and citrons.
I'm a pineapple from sunny Queensland. Although we look like a rough, spiky, pine cone we're really a group of smaller fruits that have fused together around a central core, that contain juicy, slightly fibrous segments
We’re usually round or slightly elongated with firm, netted or scaly, greyish-green, cream or buff rind. Our flesh surrounds seeds in the centre.
Now there are other berries in this world but admit it, we’re the best – sweet, succulent, easy to eat – no other berry is as good as us. It’s true that we’re similar to raspberries and blackberries.
I'm a vegetable that grows underground and I have prickly leaves thatare grey-green to bronze-green in colour, often with a purplish tinge.
My family were given the title ‘king of vegetables' by the ancient Egyptians. Throughout the ages we've become the symbol of good taste in food.
We're actually very tasty and so nutritious no one can afford to exclude us from their diet. We grow on rounded bushes (bush beans) which support themselves or on climbing plants.
I belong to the Brassica family and am closely related to the cabbage. My fellow broccoli heads and I can range in colour from dark green to purplish green.
We're one of the most widely eaten foods on the Planet and everyone likes us, especially Bugs Bunny. We're grown for our taproots which form below the surface.
I'm a cousin of the cabbage family. We have roundish heads, which are creamy-white to pale cream in colour and look like a fluffy white cloud.
We've been enjoyed for thousands of years. One of the world's most popular salad vegetables, we come in many shapes, sizes and colours. There are four main types in Australia, all of which are widely grown.
We're white cultivated mushrooms and our edible part is our fruiting body which produces spores. We're the most commonly sold mushroom and consist of an umbrella-like head.
We're a bulb formed from the bases of our leaves. The most common being round to oval-shaped and slightly smaller than a tennis ball.
Peas to meet you! We grow on a climbing plant that produces pods containing seeds or peas. We're sold in the pod and either eaten whole or we're removed from the inedible pod before eating.
We're a close relative of tomatoes, eggplants, and capsicums. Our skin colour varies from creamy-to-white, yellow, red to even purple.