Producers

Producers

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)
Denise Latham
Denise Latham
02 66878587
North Teven Road 2478 Teven NSW Australia
Denise Latham

Denise Latham has been growing lettuces for close to 25 years, so she has it down to a fine art. Her organically lettuces are prized for their freshness and sweetness.

• Produce
• Lettuces
• Celery
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)
Grumpy Grandma’s Olives
Paul Wilson and Kerry Wilson

Grumpy Grandma’s is all about producing the finest table olives,tapenades and dried olives plus supplying quality Australian extra virgin olive oil to our customers. We are in control of the processing methods being used to de-bitter the table fruit supplied by our trusted olive growers, and therefore we are able to ensure the end product is the best textured and flavored table olive, tapenade or dried olive you have ever tasted.

Primarily Olives.
With the seasonal finger limes, davidsons plums, riberries, mangoes,

VALUE ADDED table olives (bulk and

bottled), virgin olive oil (bulk and bottled), infused

extra virgin olive oil, dried olives, dukkha,

tapenades, marinated dried olives

Table Olives, olive oil, dried olives,tapenades, marinated dried olives, infused extra virgin. Bulk olives and oil.
Heart Breads
Heart Breads
Simon Ivanac & Rachel Pearson
0402 1030 784/ 0423 590 270
64 Midgen Flat Rd Broken Head NSW, 2481
www.heartbreadsbyronbay.com.au

We hand make organic sourdoughs – the way breads used to be! We source and use the best closest and freshest ingredients for our woodfired breads , brioche , buns and numerous healthy treats.

A 8-10 variety of woodfired sourdoughs, pizza bases, bagels,croissants, festive and fruit buns, rolls, brioches, banana bread, breads with vegetable fillings (e.g mushroom, beetroot). Cornbread, hot cross buns, breadcrumb, lavosh and kefir
Jumping Red Ant
Jumping Red Ant
John Atkin
02 6677 7484
64 Loders Rd Duranbah NSW, 2487
www.jumpingredant.com.au

Look for the flower petals in the middle and you will find by John and Kathy Atkin, with the kids help, selling quality veggies, fruits and flowers.

cucumber, eggplant,

peppers, chilli, citrus, lemons, ruby grapefruit,

limes, lemonades, avocado (hass, fuerte, sharwill,

reed), custard apple, lychees, olives, mango,

roses, gerberas, Zucchini, button squash, beans,

, tomatoes, silverbeet.
Kennedys Lane Farm
Kennedys Lane Farm
Oori Leshem
6684 7997
http://byronorganic.com.au/

Kennedys Lane Farm supplies locally grown, nutrient-rich, high quality certified organic produce.

The ever changing seasonal selection includes leafy greens, herbs and root vegetables, along with some lesser known lesser known, unusual or foreign items.

ROCKET, CHARD, CORIANDER, PARSLEY, DILL, MINT, BOK CHOI, LEEK, CARROT, BEETROOT, FENNEL, BROCCOLI, CABBAGE, KOHLRABI, CAULIFLOWER, KAILLAN, EGGPLANT, TOMATO, WATERMELON, ROCKMELON
Myocum Coffee
Myocum Coffee
Bob James
02 6684 7358/ 0416 199 476
Myocum Rd Myocum via Byron Bay NSW, 2481

Bob and Marlene James have been growing coffee at Myocum for more than 20 years and have become one of the region’s favourite local coffee producers.

● Coffee (Beans)
● Coffee (Ground)
● Coffee (By the Cup)
● Tea (By the Cup)
● Coffee (Choc-Coated Beans)
● Hot Chocolate (by the cup)
Neville Singh
Neville Singh
Neville Singh
02 6687 1875/ 0427 871 875
27 Fowlers Lane Road PO Box 72 Bangalow NSW, 2479

Owners Neville comes from a family with a long history of farming on the north coast of New South Wales. He is the 3rd generation to farm bananas near Bangalow. Neville doesn’t use any chemicals and is an mentor and expert to other growers in the district.

banana (cavendish, ladyfinger)
snake beans, chilli (fresh and pickled), bitter
melon, okra, garlic, , citrus (lemons, limes, oranges,
grapefruit), nimbu, pawpaw, melons, pineapples,
avocadoes (pinkerton), peaches, nectarin,
turmeric.
VALUE ADDED dried bananas, yoghurt
coated bananas, preserved chillis, indian pickles
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