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HOW WE WORK

 We source products from our producers and suppliers after you have placed an order. Ordering closes once a month and then we bring your items in and pack them for delivery to you.Please note the above closing date and timer for our next order closing.

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WHAT’S IN THE PANTRY?

We source quality organic whole foods and organic and natural products from reputable sources. Everything from wholefoods to stock your pantry to low-tox and natural products to clean your home, skin and body care items to nurture you and your whole family – we’ve got you covered!

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ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLE

We are passionate about bringing you natural and sustainable products that are organic, free from pesticides, herbicides and synthetic materials. It’s better for you and your family and the environment!

We are a community of people who enjoy learning from each other.We make it affordable for you to buy organic and natural products.

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Canned and Jarred Products

Organic Diced Tomatoes 400g – BPA Free

$1.56

Canned and Jarred Products

Organic Coconut Cream 400ml

$2.60

Canned and Jarred Products

Organic Tomato Paste 210g

$3.06

Canned and Jarred Products

Organic Coconut Milk 400ml

$2.34

Dried Fruit Organic & Preservative Free

Organic Medjool Dates – Medium Premium 1KG

$22.45

Honey, Sugar & Sweeteners

Organic Maple Syrup 1L

$29.25

Sauces, Marinades and Mustards Organic

Organic Passata Rustica 680g

$2.85

Dried Fruit Organic & Preservative Free

Organic Dried Cranberries 500G

$13.90

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Seven Reasons to Cook with your Kids

~  Two perfect recipes to try together

Do you cook with your kids?

Or do you dread company in the kitchen?

Perhaps you’re not keen on cooking yourself, or think your culinary skills aren’t worth sharing with your offspring.

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Skin Loving made Easy
Time for a pop quiz. 
Ready?

OK, let’s go!

Name 3 organs of your body.

What did you come up with? 
If you immediately thought to answer with the heart, lungs, or liver, then yes, a gold star for you. (Bonus points for the more creative among you who said the spleen, stomach or kidneys..) But what about SKIN? Did you think to say ‘skin’? No*? No worries, you’re not alone. Even though the skin gets the prize for being the largest organ in the body (around 10kg worth on an adult, followed by the liver at around 1.5kg) it’s perhaps not the most readily associated with ‘Team organ’. So we reckon it’s high time to give skin the love, attention and kudos it deserves. Afterall, our skin is literally responsible for holding us together – otherwise we’d just be a bag of bones. Plus, skin provides us with an airtight, watertight and flexible barrier between the outside world and our insides – again, kinda essential for getting around. 
Skin also houses our sense of touch, helps regulate body temperature and produces vitamins – hurrah for skin! 
But wait, there’s more…

When we say elimination, you think poohs and wees, right? Sure, you’d be correct, but skin is also an organ of elimination, helping us rid toxins from the body.

Tough jobs, huh? 
And what thanks do we give skin? 
Not much. 
Instead we complain about it, scratch it, burn it, shave it and pluck it, and sometimes even leave it out in the elements to fend for itself. Worse still, and often quite unintentionally, we force the skin to absorb substances that couldn’t possibly be healthy. 
The thing is, skin is porous. It absorbs everything we put on it. Yup, every substance put on the skin winds up in the bloodstream. As such, it makes sense to know the ingredients of the skincare products such as sunscreens, moisturisers and creams we buy. 
Put simply, what you put ON your body is just as important as what you put IN. 
Big usually means scary
Big skincare brands that put profit over love and common sense generally cram a scary sounding blend of chemicals into a tube and sell it. We’re talking parabens, sodium lauryl sulphate, coal tar and petroleu
Skin Loving made Easy Time for a pop quiz. Ready? OK, let’s go! Name 3 organs of your body. What did you come up with? If you immediately thought to answer with the heart, lungs, or liver, then yes, a gold star for you. (Bonus points for the more creative among you who said the spleen, stomach or kidneys..) But what about SKIN? Did you think to say ‘skin’? No*? No worries, you’re not alone. Even though the skin gets the prize for being the largest organ in the body (around 10kg worth on an adult, followed by the liver at around 1.5kg) it’s perhaps not the most readily associated with ‘Team organ’. So we reckon it’s high time to give skin the love, attention and kudos it deserves. Afterall, our skin is literally responsible for holding us together – otherwise we’d just be a bag of bones. Plus, skin provides us with an airtight, watertight and flexible barrier between the outside world and our insides – again, kinda essential for getting around. Skin also houses our sense of touch, helps regulate body temperature and produces vitamins – hurrah for skin! But wait, there’s more… When we say elimination, you think poohs and wees, right? Sure, you’d be correct, but skin is also an organ of elimination, helping us rid toxins from the body. Tough jobs, huh? And what thanks do we give skin? Not much. Instead we complain about it, scratch it, burn it, shave it and pluck it, and sometimes even leave it out in the elements to fend for itself. Worse still, and often quite unintentionally, we force the skin to absorb substances that couldn’t possibly be healthy. The thing is, skin is porous. It absorbs everything we put on it. Yup, every substance put on the skin winds up in the bloodstream. As such, it makes sense to know the ingredients of the skincare products such as sunscreens, moisturisers and creams we buy. Put simply, what you put ON your body is just as important as what you put IN. Big usually means scary Big skincare brands that put profit over love and common sense generally cram a scary sounding blend of chemicals into a tube and sell it. We’re talking parabens, sodium lauryl sulphate, coal tar and petroleu