Australian growers will have to get together if they are to attract UK supermarkets, the industry has been told by Fiona Buffington, senior trade commissioner based in London. While sales so far have only reached A$40M, there is still an untapped potential which could help rebuild a major business. Historically, Australia has supplied the UK with apples and pears, winter stone fruit and seedless grapes as well as citrus and onions. "Big buyers do not want to deal with individual growers, they want quality and quantity, that is why you must unite," she told horticulturalists in Brisbane. {{FRESH PRODUCE }}