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Boutique Citrus Finger Limes are known as the best in the industry for a range of reasons. Here’s why: Quality – our Finger Limes are the highest quality because they are grown in their natural rain forest environment and local to where they were first discovered. Variety – the only grower worldwide who offers six different Finger Lime varieties in commercial volumes. Each one...
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Kaffir Limes

In addition to the incredible Finger Limes we grow here on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, we also have other varieties of delicious citrus fruit. Tahitian Limes, Seedless Lemons and Kaffir (or Kafir) Limes – for their fruit and the leaves. Along with our Finger Limes, our produce is sold across Queensland, with most of it heading out for export to Europe and Asia. While almost everyone...
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Finger Limes – Growing in POPularity!

We are very excited to see our gorgeous pink Finger Limes in Coles stores throughout Queensland! With smaller, boutique grocers keen to stock them across Australia, it’s been great to establish a new relationship which now sees Finger Limes stocked at Coles who also supply Master Chef with all their beautiful produce. This week sees us exporting over 800 units of our 50g retail Finger Lime...
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2017 Fresh Finger Lime Season

Boutique Citrus is thrilled to be starting off our fresh Finger Lime harvest earlier than usual. As always, the rain seems to coincide with the fruit being ready, but this makes our Finger Limes even juicier and tastier!  Our first orders of the season have headed over to the Netherlands and France – two countries that know their food and love their fresh Australia Finger Limes.   We...
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The Challenge of Exporting Finger Limes

It was exciting news when the Australian government announced free trade agreements with a range of countries across the globe – especially Asia. We were hopeful that this new legislation would assist us in being able to export the amazing Finger Lime to more places internationally, but one year on and it’s clear that nothing has changed. It seems like the Australian government is...
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