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The new Berry Man HQ saves 6100 tons of C02 annually

Posted on 11-21-2019 in General

In October 2018 we opened our new, state-of-the-art freezer warehouse in Brookvale, on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. The facility enables storage of approx. 800 pallets in one location, and has resulted in greatly improved flexibility in our operation, particularly noticeable for our interstate customers. Soon after opening we commissioned a solar power facility to […]

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What is fruit pulp and how is it used?

Posted on 11-21-2019 in General

Fruit pulp is the most basic product created by the processing of fresh fruit. It contains both the juice and the pulp, which is the stringy fibre which is often removed from fruit juice.  Fruit pulps can be processed and stored for long periods of time without losing their colour, flavour or texture. They are […]

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Bubble Tea: What Is It And Where Did It Come From?

Posted on 09-25-2019 in General

Bubble Tea or Boba Tea originated in Taiwan in the 1980s when a tea stand owner started adding flavourings to her tea. But it was Liu Han-Chieh who introduced Taiwan to tapioca pearls in 1983. The pearls could be added to any drink, whether it was green tea or black tea, but they were most […]

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Historical Facts About Mangoes

Posted on 09-25-2019 in General

History tells us some very interesting facts about Mangoes. Fossil evidence shows us where and how long ago the first Mango was found and where it was first cultivated, while historical reports tell the story of how it spread to other parts of the world. Where was the first Mango found? The history of Mango […]

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How To Grow Your Own Mango Tree At Home!

Posted on 09-25-2019 in General

Check with your local nursery to find out which ones grow best in your area. Trees are mostly sold as grafted saplings but some varieties can be grown from the seed. Mango seeds usually take around eight years to produce fruit while grafted saplings take three to five. Climate: Mangoes prefer tropical and subtropical climates […]

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