by Thomas Cho COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on most Australians in work and personal life. You’ve probably read enough on the benefits of good hygiene and social distancing to minimise your risk. So here’s a common sense approach on how you can boost your immune system and give your body a fighting chance. These tips apply not […]
Dear Valued Customers, We live in testing and turbulent times. Respecting the almost expected challenges of the Australian environment, we now face dealing with an international pandemic. The coronavirus has turned the world upside down and we all are dealing with this as best as we can with the information provided.
Dear Valued Customer, Eco-Farms is currently not affected and is trading at full capacity across all sites. As we write this letter, we are sure you are aware and preparing your own business and Eco-Farms have been holding daily meetings regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and how we can manage this across our sites nationally. There […]
Hi , I’m sure you’ve heard about the bush fires ravaging throughout New South Wales. We are so grateful for the work of the RFS and all the brave volunteers involved in protecting people and property in the area.Unfortunately, we are one of those who need their assistance. Our source is only 2km from the fires […]
Dear Valued Customer,As residents of this sunburnt country, we would be well aware of the conditions we may contend with. Dorothea Mackellar summed it up best in her poem “My Country” when she wrote, “Her beauty and terror – The wide brown land for me!”.The most recent of Australia’s concerns is the bushfire that is […]
Original text from: IFOAM ORGANICS INTERNATIONALIf we are to maintain sustainable food systems for future generations and tackle the many challenges facing our planet, including the climate crisis, governments would be wise to embrace organic farming practices. This is the main message a recently published report sends to world leaders currently gathering for the SDG Summit in New […]
Currently Growers in the Lockyer Valley and Granite Belt are experiencing one of the worst droughts on record. Despite some recent isolated rain, the situation remains very serious. Lockyer Valley Growers Inc. and the Granite Belt Growers Association has identified the below charities that are providing direct support to their regions and communities:
We would like to inform you that our head office in Sydney is moving today to a new location at: 55 Kirby Street, Rydalmere NSW 2116. Orders and deliveries will continue to be packed and processed at our Homebush site initially. In the future we will move all our grocery inventory to Rydalmere and keep […]
Thank you, everyone, for helping us to raise funds for the Heart Research Australia to keep families together for longer. Keep an eye on this space for more opportunities to donate.