Bananas - Cavendish
Cavendish is the most common variety of banana considered native to South-East Asia. It grows on a more compact plant than earlier varieties and was developed to resist plant diseases, insects and wind storms. Cavendish is a medium-sized banana loved for its creamy, smooth texture and thin peel.
Grown Predominantly in Northern Queensland
In Season Available all year
Tips You can ripen a banana (and other fruit and veg) quickly by putting them in a paper or plastic bag with an apple or tomato.
- Bananas contain over 75% water.
- Why are Bananas curved? It’s because they grow towards the sun and against gravity. This is called Negative Geotropism.