As a Local producer...
• You can offer your fresh locally grown or made produce for sale by posting a picture onto our ecommerce website.
• You set the price as well as deciding what quantity you want to offer.
• Our customers can purchase your produce 24/7 online or everyday in our store and you don't have to be there!
• We look after your produce and promote it for you
As a Co-producer ( consumer)
• You can buy directly from a range of growers all in one place
• You know you're buying produce which is ethically and sustainably produced
• You know all the produce is local and in-season. No sneaky imports!
A delicious mix of 5 varieties of olives organically grown and marinated in mild chilli and garlic from family-owned olive grove Regan's Ridge
Does your soil need an Angus Hit? Try a bag full of nutrient-rich Angus cow pats from our cattle farm in Bindoon. These natural soil-improvers have been hand-collected by Fletcher and Hartley during Covid 19 isolation and are the perfect addition to your veggie patch. Mix into compost or crumble directly onto soil.
PS: These are recycled bags and do not contain Goat Museli!
100% Handmade Goats Milk Soap Bars.
A luxurious oil blend with a focus on Argan Oil and organic Raspberry Seed Oil. Infused with Red Rose Petals (antioxidant, antibacterial, relaxant) and a Vanilla Pod (anti-inflammatory, antibacterial). Pure essential oils of Vetiver, Ylang Ylang and Patchouli provide an earthy, sensual experience.
When Russell Bradshaw first sighted the brackish marshlands of Maldon, the British birthplace of the world-renowned sea salt of the same name, he was singularly unimpressed. The thought which crossed his mind was the one that sparks many an entrepreneurial endeavour: ‘Just how hard could this be?’View
For Courtney Bayliss at Gingin Premium Meats, the path from paddock to plate is shorter than most. The supply chain from her family farm to the Gingin butcher shop she bought in partnership with her father, Gingin Shire President Wayne Fewster, makes for beef with extremely low food miles and total traceability. However, as she explains, it was more of an intuitive decision than a marketing strategy.View
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