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Where to buy frozen fruit online in Australia

Banana, berries, acai or mango, this is where you can shop frozen fruit online and have it delivered to your door.

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Buying frozen fruit means you don't have to worry about the food spoiling, but it also means you can enjoy your favourite varieties even when they're not in season.

Keep on scrolling to see where you can shop frozen fruit online and have it delivered straight to your door.

Where to buy frozen fruit online

  • Coles
  • Woolworths
  • Door Step Organics

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1. Coles

Whether you're looking for acai for a smoothie bowl or frozen berries for your oatmeal, you'll be able to find exactly what you need at Coles.

  • Easy to find which products are on special or discounted, including fresh produce
  • Live chat with the customer service team
  • Free delivery on orders over $150

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2. Woolworths

While you're doing your weekly shop at Woolworths, check out the wide range of frozen fruit available – you'll be sure to score a great deal.

  • Delivery service is available 7 days a week
  • Get your order in before 6pm for next-day delivery services
  • Free delivery on your first online shop and on orders over $300

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3. Door Step Organics

Door Step Organics is home to a variety of fresh fruit that has been freeze dried for your convenience.

  • Free shipping on recurring orders over $75
  • Delivered daily
  • Fresh, seasonal, organic produce


Which of these retailers offer free delivery?

  • Coles: Free delivery on orders over $150
  • Woolworths: Free delivery on your first online shop and on orders over $300
  • Doorstep Organics: Free shipping on recurring orders over $75

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