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Where Absolute Organic Chia Seeds come from?

Where Absolute Organic Chia Seeds come from?

1) Where does the Absolute Organic Chia Seeds come from?Absolute Organic works with our agricultural trade companies from South America and Africa – mainly Paraguay and Uganda, depending on availability – that connects reliable and hard-working farmers who produce organically grown chia seeds in a land that has never received any synthetic or harmful chemicals. […]

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Interview with Tammy from Black Crow

Interview with Tammy from Black Crow

With International Women’s day on the 8th of March there is no better time to showcase the hard work and dedication our female farmers put into the food we eat every day. We recently caught up with Tammy Litzow from Black Crow Organics in the Lockyer Valley in Queensland. Tammy and her family supply us […]

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Hampton Blue

Hampton Blue

Hampton Blue is an organic berry orchard located in Hampton, just north of the Great Dividing Range. Since 1983 the orchard has specialised in growing organic blueberries. They now produce over 11 varieties of blueberry, each with their own unique flavour. The orchard is family run by Robert and Sue Groom, and their sons Andrew […]

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Coolibah Herbs

Coolibah Herbs

Coolibah Herbs are one of our suppliers of organic produce Michael and Jenny Bogicevic started Coolibah Herbs in the early 1980s in Pearcedale on the Mornington Penninsula, Victoria. They began growing a variety of vegetables and herbs on a 45 acre farm. Mesclun or Salad Mix, as it is known, was beginning to emerge in […]

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Nature's Haven

Nature’s Haven

“Where we work in harmony with nature to grow great tasting organic produce” Originally starting in Coleambally in the Southern Riverina, New South Wales, Nature’s Haven covers 140 hectares across four properties in New South Wales and 300 hectares across four properties in Far North Queensland. They grow a variety of organic produce including zucchini, […]

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A Brief History of Arahura Farms

A Brief History of Arahura Farms

Arahura Farms provide us with a variety of Certified Organic vegetables. “Food for living, nutrition for life” Arahura Farms is strategically located in Nyah, Northern Victoria. Because of the superb climate and soils they are able to grow organic carrot and beetroot all year round, and grow organic onion, lettuce and cabbage seasonally. Their flagship […]

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Benalla Mushrooms: Our supplier of certified organic mushrooms

Benalla Mushrooms: Our supplier of certified organic mushrooms

Benalla Mushrooms are our supplier of Certified Organic Mushrooms. “Don’t just taste the difference, live it!” Benalla Mushrooms are an organic mushroom producer based in Benalla, a country region of Victoria. Andrew Cowan and his father Norm started the business over 25 years ago. The farm produces over 100 tonnes of mushrooms each year although […]

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History of Manna Farms by Ian Keens

History of Manna Farms by Ian Keens

Manna Farms supply us with Certified Organic citrus and avocados. A fourth generation farmer in Australia, I was born in Mildura, North West Victoria, educated in Merbein and Mildura before completing a diploma of Agriculture at University. I spent three years with the Department of Agriculture, Mildura in the research and extension before returning to […]

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Interview with Kane from Busch Organics

Interview with Kane from Busch Organics

Busch Organics are one of our suppliers of Certified Organic produce. They are located on the Mitchell River Flats in Hillside, Victoria. Are you from a farming background? Yes, I was always helping out on the family farm during school holidays feeding cattle and driving tractors when shifting irrigation. I became officially employed in 2009 […]

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Biodynamic Farming

Biodynamic Farming

Burying cow horns filled with manure and planting crops according to the lunar cycles. What is this all about?   Biodynamic farming is certified organic farming but on a whole different level.  Biodynamic comes from the word ‘bio’(life) and ‘dyn’ (force). When applied to agriculture, it means working with life’s forces or processes. It was […]

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