Issue 1, Mar-Apr 1997

What they're paying... 

While every care has been taken in compiling this list, please note that these prices come from a number of sources; verification with buyers should be sought. 

Wholesale per kilo

 Bush tomatoes, dried $55-$60

Illawarra plum, fresh, frozen $27-$30 

Kakadu plum, fresh, frozen $26-$30 

Lemon aspen, fresh, frozen $28-$30 

Lemon myrtle, dried, ground $90-$120

Lemon myrtle, whole leaf, dried $50-$75 

Muntries, fresh, frozen $24-$26 

Native aniseed, dried $3-$6/20gm 

Native mint, dried $3-$8/25gm 

Native thyme, dried $5-$8/25gm 

Native pepper, dried leaf and berry $110 

Quandong, 2nd grade, dried $90-$110 

Riberry, fresh, frozen $30-$35

Warrigal greens, fresh $2.50-$14 

Wattleseed, clean, roasted $30-$35

Wildlime, fresh, frozen $28-$30

Wild rosella, fresh, frozen $28-$30

Index Issue1
From the Ed
Notes - the Riberry
Bushfoods - what are they?
State of the Industry
Eat your garden
Facts and fictions...Lemon myrtle
Nursery - farm - factory
The art of Food
The quintessential Quandong
Don't Bugger the Bush
Bush tucker woman
Profile - Peter Hardwick
Bushfarms/Wild harvest
Marketing challenges
CSIRO reports - Acacia
What they're paying
Nursery News
A brief word from Bushtucker Supply

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