The big supermarkets didn't want these ones as they were not pretty enough, but it's not all about looks is it?
The Packham pears and golden delicious apples may have what the Fruit Loopians call a bit of "rusty blush", but they taste fine to me and are also a great option for juicing or making your home made apple sauce.
When we visited there was a variety of other apples, as well as plums, nectarines and more plum varieties than I knew existed, all on sale for $3.50 a kilogram- with the option to mix and match whichever fruits you fancied.
There was also a selection of preserves and other goodies made from local produce on offer.
If you plan on buying in bulk, it's always a good idea to bring along your own boxes and don't forget, these guys are operating out of a shed, not a shop, so bring cash, as there is no Eftpos available.
It's best to check the Fruit Loop Facebook page to make sure Fruit Loop is open, after all, it is about seasonal fruit and the place is family run but at this stage fruit lovers can get their fix on most Saturdays and Sunday from 9am to 12noon.