Outstanding fruit and vegetables

Paddock to plate

Simon George & Sons has built an industry-leading reputation for delivering the finest seasonal produce available in the domestic foodservices market. Professionals with decades of fresh produce experience source only the highest quality produce from farmers who grow and harvest at the top of the food chain.

These established relationships have matured over the years with a shared commitment “to provide outstanding fruit and vegetables year-round that offer five-star freshness and taste to discerning clients seeking only the best quality produce available in-market”. Stemming from this is our ability to offer the most extensive range and volume of products, including rare and exotic lines along with seasonally best local fruit and vegetables. Our loyal clients know that their unique ordering specifications will be delivered with confidence and care by an extended family who truly value their business. There’s good reason why Simon George & Sons is prolifically recognised for always producing the goods.

How it all works

Meet some of our growers

Kate, Earth Foods
Julattan, Far North QLD

Steve, Cairns Microgreens
Atherton Tablelands, Far North QLD

Luigi, Scomazzon Farming
Mossman, Far North QLD

Chris, Tableland Hydroponics
Tolga, Far North QLD

James & Liza, Harvest Hill Orchard
Humpty Doo, Northern Territory

Sam, Middle Point Banana Farm
Middle Point, Northern Territory

52 weeks of freshness

The Simon George & Sons Seasonal Calendar keeps you across the vast wholesale produce selections available across Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring.

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    No you’re not watching an ad for a mindfulness app, but rather a very satisfying behind-the-scenes peek at our Melbourne cutting table. Our in-house processing rooms around the country slice and dice more than 2,500kg of fresh fruit and veg every day - a ready-to-eat option available straight to your kitchens! 🍉🍉🍉

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    You pepper believe it! Capsicums have seeds and come from flowering plants, so they are actually considered fruit! We’re seeing great quality of red caps this week coming out of Gumlu in North QLD 🙌
    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a Driver in paradise? Aka Cairns 😉☀️

Squeeze the day with our much-loved Driver, Amy, who has taken us along for the ride 🚛😍🍏

    To market we go

    Our buying team proactively source the best local produce and provide regular insights into what’s fresh including logistical, weather and government insights that influence the wholesale fruit and vegetable market in the short and long term.

    Sign up here for the Simon George & Sons Weekly Market Update to keep up to date.