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Tuscan kale is our produce of the week. Grown in NSW, kale can be eaten raw, tossed through pasta, served in a salad, added to scrambled eggs or used to make kale chips. The nutrients in kale can help boost wellbeing and prevent a range of health problems. Kale is high in fiber, antioxidants, calcium and vitamin K.





This week we have new produce coming in; sugarsnaps, snowpeas, and green peas. They are freshly picked from our grower in Mildura. In addition, white asparagus, salad onions, broadbeans, organic seedless watermelons and beautiful organic cantaloupe are new on our shelves.


Organic asparagus are VERY HOT this week, only $2.99 per bunch, don’t miss out! Organic handpicked beans are also a very good price this week, cheaper than conventional. Organic Tuscan kale are on special as well, $2.99 per bunch. Our blueberries and strawberries are still cheap and tasting great this week. Don’t miss out on our great specials on organic lemons, organic cauliflowers, and as well as organic strawberries.

There will be more specials at the end of the week so stay tuned to us! If you haven’t already done so, subscribe to our weekly email.


This week we have a shortage on organic zucchini due to harsh growing conditions in Queensland. This has resulted in very limited stock and higher price. In saying this, we are trying our best, so we have enough supply for this week. There is currently a crop gap on potato supply across the nation, so the prices are more expensive than normal. However, we are still stocking a great variety of potatoes in the shop and they are amazing! Our team work closely with suppliers and are always doing their very best to supply enough stock during tough growing conditions.

The good news however is that there are lines that we do have plentiful of. They’re all excellent quality & good value such as; oranges, mandarins, lettuce, kale, fennel, broccoli, cauliflower, baby broccoli, and salads leaves.