Picture five acres of farmland in Te Kairanga. Lush green pastures, fresh air, sunshine – just the way nature intended it to be. It’s in this pastoral setting that Greg and Joanne have crafted one of nature’s food baskets, with their Demeter-certified organic farm. It’s almost like it was meant to be since it means “the place where much food is gathered” in Maori.
They welcome you to enjoy the wholesome goodness of eggs, fruit and vegetables, grown in a purely natural environment.
Their biodynamic produce is available to cafes, restaurants, retailers and market shoppers who appreciate quality organic food.
There’s a reason our organic produce is sought after, and it’s often realised after the first bite. Foodies, kitchen connoisseurs and the health conscious know the better standard of quality that comes with all our organically-grown food.
We like to think of it as Feel Good Food.
No matter whether you’re buying for discerning diners, environmentally-aware customers or the health of your family, our biodynamic produce is better for all the right reasons:
Better for your health – Biodynamic agriculture aims to minimise all pesticide use, even use of benign and non-toxic materials.
Long shelf-life – Some retailers worry that organic produce will quickly spoil and have to be thrown out. The long shelf-life of our biodynamic fruit and vegetables means your customers can buy organic food, without worrying it will perish in a hurry.
Tastes better – We can’t quote any scientific studies but we know once you’ve tried it you’ll never want to go back to conventionally-produced food again! Say goodbye to industrialised fruit and vegetables, and say hello to the way food was meant to be – your taste buds will thank you!
Better for the environment – Feel good about helping Mother Nature by supporting a kinder way to farm. Conventional, industrialised farming is guilty of numerous environmental problems including biodiversity loss, erosion, pesticides, nutrient runoff, water usage, and other problems. Be a part of the solution by buying organic!
On the 1st Sunday of the month we're at Summerhill Market and on the 3rd Sunday of the month we're at Hokowhitu market.