Fewer Australians appear to be starting the day with a piece of toast covered in the citrus spread, but advocates are keen to preserve marmalade's place on the breakfast table.
An extract of the fruit's peel can be used to break down oil sludge, according to new Australian research.
Strawberry sales bounce back after a week that featured dumped strawberries, social media-driven strawberry recipe campaigns and strong support for the industry from state and federal leaders.
A taskforce comprising 100 Queensland police officers including 60 detectives, will investigate the strawberry contamination scandal devastating the industry as the Federal Government announces another $1 million in funding to help growers.
A $1 million fund to assist strawberry farmers in Queensland is announced by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk in the wake of deliberate contamination with needles found in the fruit across the nation.
Many consider the aroma of durians so offensive that it is banned on many public transport systems in South-East Asia, but Chinese buyers are flocking to Malaysia just to get a taste of the love-it-or-hate-it fruit.
A Queensland strawberry grower has posted an emotional video to social media, despairing about throwing away drum loads of fruit that is too small.
An investigation by Australia's workplace watchdog into worker exploitation finds some foreign workers on Australian farms are "bonded like slaves" to dodgy labour hire contractors.
Citrus Australia is calling on the Federal Government to not "trip up" their trade with China, as Australian orange and mandarin growers enjoy the best prices in years.
With a perceived decline in apple eaters in Australia, the first batch of red-fleshed apples hoped bring more interest to the industry.