|Release date||26 May 2016 (Update)|
|Location||Logava Gricoller's Cooking Supplies|
| A fruit stall.|
The fruit stall is a stall that can be found in front of Logava Gricoller's Cooking Supplies in the southern coast of Great Kourend's Hosidius House. In order to steal from the fruit stalls, players require 15% favour with the Hosidius House, along with level 25 in Thieving. Successfully stealing from the fruit stall grants the player 28.5 Thieving experience.
The stalls are guarded by level 44 guard dogs, who will attack if they catch the player attempting to steal from the fruit stalls. Players can alleviate this by attacking the dogs, luring them into the store, and closing the doors.
The probabilities in this section are an estimation based on the data of stealing from 1,776 fruit stalls.
| ||Cooking apple||~41.3%||131|
|Golovanova fruit top||~1.63%||1,238|
Stealing from the fruit stalls yields approximately 12k thieving experience per hour, including trips to and from the bank. Utilising baskets to store strawberries, apples, and bananas as well as dropping cheap unwanted fruits (such as redberries, limes and lemons) will increase experience rates to 17k/hr while still banking valuable items. Banking the full baskets, which are common payments for fruit trees, and valuable Golovanova and Papaya will make in excess of 350k coins/hr profit depending on the current Grand Exchange market prices.
Since the addition of Shift-drop, if a player drops all fruits the potential rates of 27k/hr.
In addition, running to the leprechaun at the allotment farming patch to note your fruits is an alternative. However, Golovanova fruit tops, limes, lemons, and strange fruits cannot be noted so banking is unavoidable.
- Note: If you are using Xeric's talisman and charging your own amulets of glory it may be worth keeping cheaper fruit; banking is extremely fast and a few fruit will pay for your Lizardman fangs used to charge the talisman. This will decrease your xp/hr slightly but will increase your gp/hr depending on actively traded prices.