Nearly done The South African peach pack is coming to a close: Ashton is still working the late varieties and is expected to have finished by Easter. The pack has suffered from wind and frost damage earlier in the season, leaving a lot of fruit on the ground. The losses are not thought to have gone over 15%, but it means that some summer lines may be a bit short. With no European peach stocks readily available and the summer still to run before Greek pack arrives, one might expect a lively interest in South African product. "Despite the fact that it's a better pack in SA, people still aren't prepared to pay the difference," a trader observed. {{PROVISIONS }}