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RAIN STOPS PLAY FOR OUR SNOWGOOSE CHERRIES



Orchards are assessing damage to some cherries after rainAfter an extraordinary summer season for our large and luscious Snowgoose cherries, rain has stopped play earlier than expected for cherry hamper orders.

On 13th January, our orchardists in southern Tasmania reported an unprecedented severe rainfall event that damaged crops at precisely the wrong time of harvesting. Our thoughts go out to all affected orchards, and we look forward to filling our hampers with their delectable Snowgoose cherries in 2016.

Those with an insatiable appetite for our famous cherries can look forward to our winter Snowgoose cherries in June when we import the best from our growers in the USA. We'll be preparing delightful hampers to help you celebrate every occasion, including Christmas in July.

We'll be in touch to let you know when our winter cherries are on their way.