Kaole purchase orders for 2017 are up to eight containers per week throughout the peak fruit season, shipping the finest Australian fruit from Australia’s farms to China’s plates. The key to Kaole’s success is sourcing the highest quality premium grade product with consistent Quality Assurance protocols in place. Above: From left Bindi, MP Scott Buchholz and Paul Grieve. In late 2016 MP Scott Buchholz facilitated a meeting between Kaole and Australia’s leading mandarin grower.
Inspection of early fruit set is very important for judging crop sizes for the season, region by region. This helps ensure Kaole knows what volumes of fruit will be available, where it will be sourced and when it will be in premium condition to ship. Kaole stays in contact with farmers throughout the year to manage logistics and bring the best product to the customer at the premium buying times. Above: Paul Grieve inspecting mango fruit set in August 2016.
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