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Established in 2011 Feijoa Addiction is all things Feijoa. We are a major supplier and marketer of Australian and New Zealand Feijoa's worldwide. From wholesale to the individual, to fresh Feijoa's to processed Feijoa products we cater for most Feijoa cravings. We also make our own Feijoa juices and purees made from 100% Australian produce and continually working on improving on our product range. We have our own experimental orchard of 50 grafted trees of several varieties in Brisbane, Australia. We are experienced in Feijoa cultivation from backyard to commercial growing. Anything Feijoa you know who to talk you. 

We currently sell the following:

Fresh Australian Feijoas (Mar-May)

  • wholesale
  • export
  • online ordering at OUR SHOP
  • delivery VIC, NSW, QLD only

 

 

 

 

 

Fresh New Zealand Feijoas (Apr-May)

  • wholesale
  • export
  • online ordering at OUR SHOP
  • delivery Australia wide

 

 

 

 

Feijoa Puree 10x350ml pack (cooking)

  • wholesale
  • export
  • online ordering at OUR SHOP
  • delivery world wide available

 

 

Feijoa Nectar 10x350ml pack (drinking)

  • wholesale
  • export
  • online ordering at OUR SHOP
  • delivery world wide available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grafted Feijoa Trees

  • sell a variety subject to availability
  • online ordering at OUR SHOP
  • delivery VIC, NSW, QLD only
  • can organise large quantities for growers please contact

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Feijoas

History - The Feijoa (Acca sellowiana) is a small evergreen tree that originally comes from the highlands of southern Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. It was discovered in the early 1800s by a famous South American scientific explorer called 'Fredrich Sellow' from Germany. There was original confusion about which genus the plant belonged to thus in 1859 German Botanist 'Otto Berg' named the Feijoa after the director of the museum where the plant was originally found.

Locally the fruit was used for medicinal reasons. It wasn't until the early 20th century when the Feijoa started to spread around the globe. 'Edouard Andre' from France is believed to be one of the first to the first to grow and cultivate the Feijoa outside of it native habitat however there is also evidence of early development in Australia, USA and Switzerland.