Limes

$0.45 each
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Grown in Australia

What and Where The lime is a citrus fruit that was first grown on a large scale in Iraq. Our limes are grown in north and central Queensland and in the Riverina region of NSW. We don’t buy from one particular grower; we buy whatever looks best on the day.

Flavour Sour, tangy and refreshing with a floral finish

Texture Fibrous and juicy

Use Limes have been used in cooking (and drinks!) for millenniums. Limes can be bring out the flavour of other ingredients or be the star ingredient. They can be added to everything from a savory dish and a baked treat to a tangy ice pops and a refreshing aperitif.

Cooking Tip When grating a lime, or any other citrus fruit, for its rind be careful not to go to deep – the white pith underneath is bitter and will spoil the flavour.

Selection and Storage Choose limes that are firm, bright, unblemished and feel heavy for their size. Keep in a fruit bowl, or, to extend their freshness, refrigerate.

In Season Available all year although supply can be in very high demand during Melbourne Cup week!

Historic Note In the 19th century the British discovered that eating citrus fruit could help prevent scurvy and issued limes, obtained from its Caribbean colonies, to its sailors who then acquired the nickname limey. The health benefits of citrus fruit was, initially, a closely guarded military secret; at the time scurvy was a common enemy to various nations' navies so being able to overcome it was a huge tactical advantage.

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Hello,
It's still crazy busy and my staff are doing their best to fulfill orders and get them delivered to you.

At the moment there is a  4 to 7 day wait from placing your order to receiving it, depending on your suburb. 

To service as many as we can I am changing the delivery timeslots. The timeslots will be 8am to 2pm and from 2pm to 8pm. This will give us the ability to get more orders shopped and delivered, and to allivate the pressure on my staff.

If you are a first time online customer, we have a system like Uber where you get a text notification when your delivery is on its way and how long it will take. 

Please understand that we are doing our best. We may have difficulty getting your order to you on time, or we may be OUT OF STOCK OF SOME PANTRY LINES.
All products will continue to say they are in stock as deliveries will come in during the week, but you may miss out.  
As you are ordering online, we will continue to deliver everyday to our customers, we're not closing down our site but slots fill up fast. We don't offer back orders on products so if you miss out,  you will have to reorder. 

I really hope you understand and please be mindful. Regards Leon