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Meet Richard from Mount Zero

13 March 2019

Flavor, sustainability and quality Mount Zero Olives is a family owned olive grove three hours west of Melbourne on the northern edge of the Grampians National Park. The Seymour family are committed to sustainable farming and have a passion for quality Australian ingredients. The olive grove is Demeter bio-dynamic certified and the farm practices a…

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Real Bacon from Paddock To Plate WA

29 May 2018

At Paddock to Plate WA they like to do things slowly. They follow the centuries old traditional method of smoking their meats with real wood. The local, free range pork is dry cured without using chemical nitrates. The result is a rich, 100% natural, full flavoured bacon and ham. What Does Chemical Nitrate Free Mean?…

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Unlimited Free Delivery Down South

1 September 2017

We want to ensure our South West customers get the same service as those here in Perth. So, we are very excited to announce that we have expanded our free delivery service to the South West areas. Now you can order as many times as you need and delivery of all your orders will be free.…

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San Jose Smallgoods

Award Winning San Jose Salume

22 September 2016

Jose Coutinho is passionate about fermented sausage. With over 30 years’ experience producing artisan salumi, he founded San José Smallgoods in 2006. Originally from Portugal, José migrated to Australia at the age of 18 and worked for over 17 years as a smallgoods Production Manager before setting out on a life-long dream of owning his…

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Medals All Round for Spanish Smallgoods

21 July 2016

Congratulations to both La Boqueria and San Jose Smallgoods who both scooped medals at the 2016 Australian Food Awards. La Boqueria was awarded two golds – one for their subtly sweet squid ink Longaniza Oscura, and another for their Bosquito, a mouthwatering salami flavoured with wild mushrooms. San Jose was awarded a silver medal for…

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Delivering the Biggest Crunch Down Under – Westmont Pickles

12 May 2016

Australian made and owned, Westmont Pickles delivers a unique local pickle. A collaboration of exciting new agricultural methods and old school pickling technique. Westmont takes ownership of an Aussie pickle crafted for the Aussie palette, delivering a bloody good pickle! We’ll be stocking all 3 of Westmonts pickles in 1kg jars and the dill pickles in a 5kg…

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Hola Amigo – Authentic Fresh Mexican Tortillas

6 April 2016

We are enjoying all things Mexican at the moment. We have just received our first shipment of these delicious Tortillas from LA TORTILLERIA. They are made from scratch, using the same traditional method indigenous Aztecs have used for centuries. They stone-grind their own grown corn in a traditional Mexican mill to make these authentic tortillas. There is really nothing else that…

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Our 2015 Christmas Trading Hours

4 December 2015

Thursday 24th Dec:   8am – 2pm 25th until 28th Dec:   Closed (No deliveries) 29th to 31st Dec:   8am – 4pm 1st Jan until 3rd of Jan:   Closed (No deliveries) From Monday 4th Jan:   Normal trading 8am – 4pm   For Meeres Deliveries Last orders to us by Tuesday 22nd Dec…

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Minor Figures Cold Brew Coffee

16 October 2015

  Cold brew coffee is real coffee brewed slowly in cold water and drunk cold. Because of the gentler brewing method (without heat or pressure) you end up with less acidity and bitterness so the coffee tastes naturally sweeter and is super refreshing. Until now, it has only been available in a few specialty cafes where they brew…

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We are Recruiting for a Sales Rep

24 July 2015

Are you looking for a way to move out of the pressure of the kitchen, but still want to work in the food industry? We are looking for someone who is passionate about great food and enjoys the competitive environment of sales. Check out our ad on Seek.  

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