Certified Organic
"We have not inherited the Earth from our fathers, we are borrowing it from our children." Lester Brown

Providing the finest quality, all-natural, certified organic products that are good for our environment and for us, we use fair-trade, organic couverture chocolate to coat organic produce such as macadamias, roasted almonds, hazelnuts, licorice, sultanas, coffee beans and ginger. We also bake organic cookies and supply a myriad of other naturally organic produce. We love coming up with new ideas to please and it's always exciting delivering a new range to share. We believe in building lasting relationships while engaging in environmentally sustainable practises and supporting fair-trade producers.

Our products are certified organic by NASAA ensuring our ingredients are organic and our production practices are of organic standards. All our organic ingredients have been produced using no artificial fertilisers, pesticides, herbicides, hormones, antibiotics, chemicals or genetically modified organisms.

Organic Farming

Mono-cropping is the practice of planting large plots of land, year after year, with the same crop. This practice leaves the soil lacking in natural minerals and nutrients, as there is no natural diversity of plant life. To make up for this, chemical fertilisers are used. Ironically, crops are also more susceptible to pests, making farmers more reliant on pesticides. These chemicals are ingested by you, the consumer, and also the farmers who mange the crops, not to mention the hazardous environmental effects they're instrumental in.

In fact, cacao trees grown in open crops are known to be one of the most highly sprayed crops, as they're highly susceptible to pests. However, organic cacao trees are grown using no chemicals, within their natural ecosystem. Organic farming begins with the nourishing of the soil which then leads to the nourishment of the plant and ultimately the flavour and goodness of the food. Natural growing conditions promotes biodiversity and decreases the incidence of disease.

Food choices you make now will impact on future generations' health.