Monster superfood five times as big as a regular avocado comes on the shelves – but they are $ 14 each

Introducing the Avozilla: Monster superfood five times the size of a regular avocado, but they are $ 14 each

  • Massive Avocado Avozilla fruit strain has hit the shelves with a huge $ 14 each
  • The Avocado Avozilla variety is only grown on one farm in the whole of Australia
  • It was first introduced to Australia by the farming family of the Groves in 1958
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With avocado quickly becoming one of the most popular fruits being offered & # 39 ;, it has monster size & # 39; Avozilla proved a huge hit – even though it cost $ 14 each.

The & # 39; Avozilla & # 39; is produced by a small family business in Queensland, where the fruit can be up to five times larger than the average avocado.

A photo with a size comparison was posted on the WA Fresh Facebook page after they received their seasonal stock.

With avocado quickly becoming one of the most popular fruits on offer, the Avocado Avozilla of the size has proven a huge hit, despite the fact that it cost $ 14 each (photo)

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With avocado quickly becoming one of the most popular fruits on offer, the Avocado Avozilla of the size has proven a huge hit, despite the fact that it cost $ 14 each (photo)

& # 39; The season is very short and we have only a few available, so if you are making a mega-guacamole or if you want to make a toast for the entire street, add one to your shopping cart while they are still available & # 39 ;, the message said.

The Avocado Avozilla already sell for $ 14 each with a weight of no less than 1.2 kg.

This special variety of Avocado originated in South Africa and is known as softer and easier to spread than the traditional variety.

Groves Grown Tropical Fruit farmer Ian Groves, whose family introduced the strain in Australia, told Guardian, Australia a shock factor is involved when you first take one of the avocados from the sample.

& # 39; There is certainly a shock factor when you pick one up and they are as big as your head, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; I love them. We always eat them at home. & # 39;

Groves Grown Tropical Fruit farmer Ian Groves, whose family introduced the strain in Australia, said there was a shock factor in picking up the monster avocados & # 39; s
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Groves Grown Tropical Fruit farmer Ian Groves, whose family introduced the strain in Australia, said there was a shock factor in picking up the monster avocados & # 39; s

Groves Grown Tropical Fruit farmer Ian Groves, whose family introduced the strain in Australia, said there was a shock factor in picking up the monster avocados & # 39; s

The Groves family has the only farm in Australia that grows the Avocado Avozilla after introducing it to the country in 1958.

Mr. Groves said too ABC news people were immediately enthusiastic when they saw the Avocado Avozilla tree extinguish fruit.

& # 39; Everyone is pretty surprised to see these giant avocados and they are quite a statement, if you see one it is unforgettable, & # 39; he said.

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& # 39; The largest we have found so far was nearly 1.8 kilos, often many fruits and vegetables did not grow as well as the smaller ones, but in this case they really do it, they are a very good fruit for the food. & # 39;

When the fruit entered the season in 2018, a wholesaler was sold out within 48 hours.

Mr Groves (photo) family was the one who introduced the Avocado Avozilla in Australia in 19958 and remains the only farm that grows it in the Oceans

Mr Groves (photo) family was the one who introduced the Avocado Avozilla in Australia in 19958 and remains the only farm that grows it in the Oceans

Mr Groves (photo) family was the one who introduced the Avocado Avozilla in Australia in 19958 and remains the only farm that grows it in the Oceans

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