Seasonal fruit from the Riverland

Eko Fruits are from Renmark, South Australia and the property was first established in the mid 50’s by Jim Logos.  Jim’s 16 hectare property initially contained only citrus trees of oranges, mandarins and lemons. Then Jim’s son-in-law, Bill Ekonomopoulos and his wife Christine took over the property in 1980. 
Bill and Christine have worked hard to bring Eko Fruits to what it is today, diversifying the farm with  a variety of different fruits and nuts. They currently grow avocados, mangos, apricots, nectarines, peaches, plums, cherries, oranges, lemons, almonds, grapes and sweet corn. The warm Riverland climate means their customers can enjoy some of the earliest cherries and stone fruit to ripen Australia-wide.
Stall holders include Bill and his wife Christine, his sons Louie, Mitch and George with their wives Chelsea, Theodora and Natalie along with Mitch’s father in-law Sam. With the help of his three sons, he hopes to keep the Eko Fruits family property thriving for many generations to come. They hope you enjoy their produce as much as they enjoy growing it! When in season you will find Eko Fruit’s stall outside the pavilion at the Adelaide Farmers’ Market