Miss Melon’s Fruit & Veg.

Miss Melon’s Fruit & Veg

Market Fresh Fruit and Veg direct to your door.

We are offering a home delivery service with fresh fruit and veg! We will buy it from the markets and deliver to your door. Fruit and Veg boxes will range from $10 to $75.  We also have a extensive range of fruit, vegetables, fresh herbs, breads, honey, beeswax wraps, vitality tea range, salad seeds, free range eggs and more.

Miss Melon’s was set up by two local sisters who were sick of buying vegetables with no taste at the local supermarket! They initially split the cost with their families, but after a few people heard what they were doing, they decided to offer it to everyone!

We can also provide fruit and veg to preschools, child care centres, schools, clubs for raffles and businesses at competitive prices. Talk to us about your needs.

Address. Servicing Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens, Tea Gardens, Northern Central Coast and Hunter Valley.

Phone. (+61) 491 106 649

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Fruit & Vegetable, Home Delivery, Fresh Fruit, Fresh Veg, Bread, Eggs, Honey, Tea, Herbs & Spices, Relish, Pickles.


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