Producers

Producers

Bangalow Coffee
Bangalow Coffee
Michelle & Andy Clarke
02 6629 1679
Nashua, NSW
www.bangalowcoffee.com

Michelle and Andy sell virtually every coffee bean they produce from the 7000 trees on their property – 99 percent of that locally via the farmers markets, where they also sell their coffee by the cup.

Michelle says locally grown coffee enjoys its excellent reputation thanks to its sweet, chocolatey flavour, the result of a slow ripening process. She says it has a great body and flavour, but a lower caffeine content.

“That’s basically because they’re aren’t any pests of coffee in Australia compared to around the world. Caffeine is a defence mechanism for the tree so when it’s trying to fend off pests it pumps out the caffeine as a repellent. Our trees aren’t working as hard so they tend to be lower in caffeine.”

Michelle says hand picking the coffee cherries, as opposed to machine harvesting, improves the flavour of her coffee as this ensures only the ripest are selected.

Bronze medal winner in the 2007 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show

● Coffee (Beans)
● Coffee (Ground)
● Coffee (By the Cup)
● Tea (By the Cup)
● Hot Chocolate (by the cup)
● Lychees
Baraka Foods
Baraka Foods
Alan Schwarz
www.barakafoods.com.au

Baraka creates authentic Middle Eastern foods including Hummus with Za’atar, Labneh Cheese, Harissa, Baba Ganoush and Falafel Mix

• Hummus
• Hummus with Za’atar
• Labneh Cheese
• Baba Ganoush
• Falafel Mix
• Soups
Blueberry Fields
Blueberry Fields
Otto & Lynette Saeck
0428 332 595
769 Fernleigh Road, Brooklet, NSW, 2479
www.blueberryfields.com.au

Blueberry Fields is a family owned blueberry orchard located in the beautiful Byron hinterland in northern New South Wales. We focus on the production of beautiful tasty fresh blueberries during Spring and Summer.

We attend both Mullum and New Brighton Farmers Markets. Sorry we are not available for farm gate sales.

● Blueberries
Brunswick Seed Oysters
Brunswick Seed Oysters
Noel Baggaley
0414 212 638
90 Corkwood Crescent Suffolk Park NSW, 2481
Noel Baggaley has been farming oysters for 35 years. He provides the market with fresh and full-flavoured Sydney Rock Oysters, grown locally in the Brunswick River.
Byron Bay Tempeh
Byron Bay Tempeh
Sarah Bourke
042-349-2955
Stokers Siding NSW
http://byronbaytempeh.com/

Tempeh is a fermented ‘living’ food, which originated in Indonesia.

As a whole food, tempeh is nutritionally very rich. Tempeh is one of the highest known vegetarian source of vitamin B12.

It is also one of the best sources of vegetarian protein. Because of its fermented nature, tempeh is very high in natural pro-biotics. This makes it very easy to digest. Tempeh is high in fibre, contains no cholesterol and is very low in saturated fat.
At Byron Bay Tempeh we use state of the art technology to produce the highest quality, boutique style fresh tempeh.
Our Tempeh is lovingly hand made using the best quality Australian ingredients. The chickpeas, apple cider vinegar and Tasmanian wakame seaweed we use are all certified organic. All of the ingredients used in Byron Bay Tempeh are non GMO.
Sarah also carries on her stall Byron Bay Miso and Alive Foods

Byron Bay Miso
Byron Bay Miso is made in the slow, traditional way, which means it can takes months or even years to make, but it also means all the goodness is retained.
Miso is a fermented food, rich in probiotics, which help digestion. It also contains complex B vitamins, iron, calcium and minerals and is high in antioxidants.

Alive Foods
Alive Foods create probiotic rich fermented vegetables including French Beetroot, Kim Chi, Traditional Sauerkraut and Earth and Sea Sauerkraut with seaweed.

● Tempeh (Fava bean & wakame seaweed)
● Tempeh (Organic Chick Pea)
• Tempeh (Organic yellow split pea and brown rice)
Church Farm
Church Farm
Andrew Morris and Amanda Callan
0422 494 429 / 0409493778
Billinudgel/The Pocket
www.churchfarmgeneralstore.com
Billinudgel Smoked Hot Sauce,Billinudgel Brown Sauce, Thai style curry pastes, Handmade Soaps, Vegetables preserved in jars with brine
Coopers Shoot Tomatoes
Coopers Shoot Tomatoes
Heather & Hugh Armstrong
02 6687 2631
298/300 Coopers Shoot Rd Coopers Shoot via Bangalow Bangalow NSW, 2479

The Coopers Shoot Tomatoes stall is always bursting with bright red glossy tomatoes that
taste just as good as they look. Heather says allowing her tomatoes to ripen on the vine is
the secret to the flavour. Tomatoes you’ll find in the supermarket are often picked green,
and then gassed to set off the ripening process. This results in a poorer taste and mealy
texture. Mass produced tomatoes are also stored in coolrooms, which diminishes their
flavour. Heather says tomatoes should never go into the fridge.

The Coopers Shoot property has been in the Armstrong family since 1882, nestled in the hills between Byron Bay and Bangalow in northern New South Wales, Australia.

● Tomatoes (Dried)
● Sauce (Tomato)
● Capsicum
● Cucumber (Chinese))
● Cucumber (Lebanese)
● Eggplant (Black)
● Silverbeet
● Tomatoes
Costanzo Apples
Costanzo Apples
Michelle & Roberto Costanzo
040529-5012
Stanthorpe QLD

Crisp juicy apples pears, grapes and stonefruit, grown on the Costanzo family farm at Stanthorpe

Apples (gala, high early, mitzus, pink lady, fuji, granny, dell),
Pears, Grapes, Cherries, apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines,
bottled apple juice (dec 13), quinces (dec 13)
Everest Farms
Everest Farms
Will Everest
02 6679 3052/ 0402 320 784
Tyalgum Rd Euengella NSW, 2484

The Everest farm is located at Eungella, west of Murwillumbah. The family has been farming here for five generations.

Corn, beans, eggplant, tomatoes, beetroot, leeks, potatoes, broccoli, shallots, silverbeet,watermelon, melons, peas, snowpeas, cabbage, cauliflower, watercress, capsicum, zucchini, squash, pumpkin, free range eggs
Glennyce Creighton
Glennyce Creighton
Alan & Glenyce Ceighton
66847202
Myocum Road 2481 Myocum NSW

Organic farmer Glenyce Creighton has one of the markets’ most eclectic stalls.

Here you’ll find everything from chokoes to custard apples, as well as some incredible local produce you may never have known existed.

Here’s a sample of some of her produce and some tips on how best to enjoy it:
Free range chicken, duck and turkey eggs: Duck eggs are a secret every baker should
know about. They’ll make your sponges rise higher than you thought possible and your
other baked goods moist and light. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the turkey eggs.
They have a mild flavour that’s similar to chicken eggs.
Loofahs: These vine-growing plants are the ultimate eco-friendly cleaning or body
sponge. Excellent for exfoliating in the shower. Store it upright and allow to drain
between uses to keep it in top condition.
Daikon radish: A long white radish that’s milder than most but still a little peppery.
Pickled daikon is a very popular accompaniment to Japanese food, while raw daikon
gives a lovely crunch to salads.
Horned melon: These spiky little fellas are not as scary as they look. Cut off their outer spines and you‘ll find a fruit with a mild taste similar to cucumber.

 

free range duck & hen eggs, citrus,
pecans, macadamias, custard apples, apples,
mangoes, pawpaws, mulberries, lychees,
pineapples, rockmelons, watermelons, rosella,
zucchini, cucumber, corn, sweet potatoes, ginger,
garlic, pumpkin, peanuts, chokos, potatoe(vars),
asian greens, cabbage, cut herbs, cherry
tomatoes, cut and potted plants (no
environmental weeds)

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