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[QLD] Avocado $0.09 ea, Banana $0.49/kg, Nectarine/Green Beans $1.99/kg, Pineapple/Mango $0.99 ea & More @ Sam Coco's (Annerley)

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(QLD) Avocado $0.09 ea, Banana $0.49/KG, Nectarine/Green Beans $1.99/KG Pineapple/Mango $0.99 ea & More @ Coco's Annerley
IL TRUFFELIONO CLASSIC CHEDDAR CHEESE WITH TRUFFLE 400G 4.99 EA
FEVER TREE TONIC WATERS 24 PACK GLASS BOTTLES $4.99 EA
EVIAN SPRING WATER 24 PACK 500ML $7.99
PEPSI COLA OR SCHWEPPES LEMONADE 2L 99C EA

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  • Why is avocado so cheap now?

    • +6

      Massive oversupply and low demands.
      Some farmers decided to dump than sell

      • +2

        Those are same farmer who will take government grant and cry poor of losses.. ! I have seen many grocer in market dumping fruits and vegetables then giving it as low reasonable price just to keep prices high… Pathetic… IMO.

        • +1

          Such ignorance! You believe you know about farm economics - sitting in Sydney, but you don't.

          I've grown & sold ahuacate in QLD. What govt grants??

          And from Sydney you know about these sold 1000km away??

          These are the unsaleable waste of farms. Rejected during sorting - extremely undersized / damaged.

          Seen these at Cocos. No thanks!
          Don't know why people buy these. They're a waste of money, even @9c!

  • +7

    Free green beans too
    https://i.imgur.com/YZqvXXT.jpg

  • +1

    The catch is that most products are past best before/use by date. Be very careful with shopping at this place.

    • +2

      While I don't disagree with the sentiment, FWIW I've previously found the (very much last best before date) fever tree tonic a good buy. Just finished my last batch so stocked up again tonight.

      Having said that, it looks like they've literally dug up these pallets, there's that much dust and dirt on 'em.

      • How much do they have Fever Tree for?

        • Is in the post. $4.99 for 24 pack. Just indian tonic from what I saw. No other varieties this time.

          Woolies currently has it on sale for $6.50 for 4.

    • +10

      They make it clear though. It's not like it's a gamble - you just look at the price, the product and the best before and decide.

  • +1

    I bought 10 avacados (4.4kgs) each weight range is from 380g to 510g.

  • The checkout queue system at this place is shocking. People cutting off all the time and the staff just look the other way.

    • Never had such an experience for last 8 years and I shop there mostly every weekend.

      • +1

        I have that issue almost everytime. I'll do a video next time for whoever negged me.

  • +2

    With avocado prices so low, us millennials can finally enter the property market!

  • simply because china don't import anymore.

    • They never wanted these extremely undersized / damaged farm waste. I've seen these in Cocos!

  • Smashed avo, here I come

  • when NSW will get that goodies deals…

    • This is just farm waste! Why would you want it?

      • did you mean not consumable???

        but avocado 9c each is very tempting.

        • I've grown & sold ahuacate (avos) in QLD.

          These ones are normally rejected during sorting - extremely undersized / damaged.

          Seen them in Cocos, along with bruised bananas (free) & past best by date products. Its not worth bothering.

          Its marketing to attract people who may buy better produce.

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