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  • Coolibah Organic Dill – 18g Quick View
  • Coolibah Organic Mint – 18g Quick View
    • Coolibah Organic Mint – 18g Quick View
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    • Coolibah Organic Mint – 18g

    • Generous, leafy bunches with a strong natural flavour and fresh, minty scent. Add to drinks and smoothies as a summer refresher or infuse in hot water for a soothing, afternoon tea. Complements fresh fruit, salads and gives potatoes a minty pop. STORAGE Store your fresh mint in an airtight container or bag in the refrigerator.
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  • Coolibah Organic Rocket – 120g Punnet Quick View
  • Coolibah Organic Rosemary – 18g Quick View
  • Coolibah Organic Sage – 18g Quick View
  • Coolibah Organic Salad Mix – 120g Punnet Quick View
  • Coolibah Organic Thyme – 18g Quick View
  • Coorong Crystal Iceplant Quick View
    • Coorong Crystal Iceplant Quick View
    • Coorong Crystal Iceplant

    • The prettiest native in town with its dewy, crystal stem. This green succulent annual ground cover has huge succulent leaves in Spring, with glistening bubbles that are a salty surprise on the underside of the leaves and stems. In Summer, the leaves turn to a small grey form with attractive pink flower buds and white flowers. These flower buds are…
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  • Coorong Seablite Quick View
    • Coorong Seablite Quick View
    • Coorong Seablite

    • This coastal plant is related to Samphire and a relative of this plant is widely used throughout Europe as a sea vegetable. Seablite naturally grows in salty mudflats and saline estuaries. This green fern-like succulent perennial shrub has often rich red stems and during autumn, red foliage. Our Seablite is cultivated in growing boxes of composed sea weed. This sustainable…
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  • Corn Chips – 6 x 500g Quick View
    • Corn Chips – 6 x 500g Quick View
    • Corn Chips – 6 x 500g

    • Nocelle Food's traditional, rounded chip, made right here in Australia for absolute freshness. Gluten free with no preservatives, no additives and no artificial colours – it’s the healthier snack that is a must have every Mexican Monday.
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  • Dino Melon Quick View
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    • Dino Melon

    • Step aside Honeydew Melon, we’ve got a new melon in town. The Dino Melon is our newest Brazilian-born, Australian grown melon and it’s definitely hard to miss. To spot the difference, this melon offers an ‘egg-like’ skin with green splotches and a rounded shape, taking you back in time to the dinosaur ages. Similar to the popular Australian Honeydew Melon…
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    • Durian Fruit

    • Malaysia renowned Durian fruit has arrived in Adelaide - it’s perfect timing so we can all get a taste of Malaysia whilst we’re on a travel ban. Beneath its prickly skin this Asian King of the Fruits has a custard like flesh and is absolutely loaded with vitamins and nutrients (more than most other fruits). Both the creamy flesh and…
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  • Eggplant – 7kg Quick View
    • Eggplant – 7kg Quick View
    • Eggplant – 7kg

    • *Eggplant Stripe also available Eggplants have an attractive, glossy, deep purple skin revealing a firm, white seeded flesh. Bake, steam or grill eggplant and serve in soup, curries and stir fries to release its full flavour. STORAGE Best stored in the refrigerator to maintain freshness.
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  • Famous Soda Co – Passionfruit Quick View
    • Famous Soda Co – Passionfruit Quick View
    • Famous Soda Co – Passionfruit

    • You deserve a passion that zings, sings and puts groove in the way you move. Any less just won’t do. This one will stay with you, long after you take the last sip as the lights come up. Passionfruit is a symbol of success afterall… For statement soda that shakes your taste buds awake.
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  • Famous Soda Co – Pink Lemonade Quick View
  • Garlic – 10kg Quick View
    • Garlic – 10kg Quick View
    • Garlic – 10kg

    • Australian Garlic is a flavour powerhouse with a pungent, spicy profile that mellows considerably once cooked. Our love for garlic has spanned several thousand years and was even known to ancient Egyptians and Romans as both a food flavouring and a traditional medicine. Today garlic remains a fundamental component in many dishes around the world, including most of Asia, the…
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