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Variety is the Spice of Life here at Beach Organics

Variety is the spice of life … an apt metaphor for our endeavors at Beach Organics. Ten years in the making, the Beach Organics Coffee Project is now capable of producing delicious organically grown coffee, paying farmers approximately six times more than the current fair trade price. We vacuum pack our precious green bean stock […]

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Our Unique Direct / Fair Trade Business Model

One of our strengths at Beach Organics. Our unique direct / fair trade business model developed by us over decades offers complete transparency with our Product range. Our latest harvest of wild crafted Lampung Black Pepper, sure packs a punch. Traditional Farmers and their families harvest and sort our pepper by hand, at source, in […]

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Merge SLOW food, Sustainable Agriculture and Travel

Over the decades we’ve managed to merge our interest in SLOW food, sustainable agriculture and travel with our business, Beach Organics. We’ve travelled the world making valuable connections with communities and inspiring people to bring our customers a unique range of Products. We bring you organic cold pressed Argan oil from the UNESCO registered Bio […]

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Since our last post!

Phew, a lot has happened at Beach Organics since our last post! We’re happy to say our latest harvest of organic coffee beans from Indonesia have arrived safely. We vacuum pack all our green beans at source and carefully navigate them through Australian quarantine without the usual pesticide fumigation that most coffees in Australia are […]

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Turmeric Turmeric Turmeric

My interest in turmeric began when I consumed a tonic called Jamu, on a surfing trip to Indonesia many decades ago. Intrigued by its many health benefits & a deep curiosity, led to the experimentation in growing different varieties on our 4 hectare certified organic permaculture farm near Pt Elliot SA. A large hothouse followed […]

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Beach Organics Tempeh

Since establishing our certified organic permaculture farm in the early 80’s, I’ve based my food intake predominantly around a “plant” based diet! We’re blessed, our gardens are designed to produce up to 50 different herbs, fruits, nuts and vegetables every day of the year! During my first surf adventures to Indonesia in the late 70’s, […]

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Small Scale Farming Systems

At Beach Organics we believe small scale farming systems are far more productive and ecologically sustainable than large industrialised systems. That’s why in the early 80’s, I decided to take action and establish our own NASAA certified organic permaculture property near the beautiful coastal town of Pt Elliot. 35 years later … our small farm […]

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Direct Trade Model

Over the years, when travelling to Morocco, I am always amused by this intriguing, but relatively common sight. Not only do these hardy Argan trees provide us with a valuable bounty of kernels to produce our organic, pure, cold pressed Argan oil, when the weather turns hot & dry, they provide a valuable forage for […]

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Grower’s Network

One of the wonderful aspects of running Beach Organics is travelling to exotic locations and supporting the efforts of our unique Growers Network. Here’s a pic of our organic vanilla beans – one before fermentation, the other post fermentation, aromatic and full of flavour! Available online at www.beachorganics.com.au or at our Store at PLANT 4 Bowden. […]

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Featuring A Few Specials

We’ve been busy of late preparing our garden beds for summer crops, travelling to the edge of the Nullabour looking at bush foods, receiving our latest harvest of Black Java tea, lemon grass, rosella flowers & long pepper directly from our Traditional Farmers network and working on menu ideas for our new Store at PLANT […]

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In search of the perfect vanilla bean

In search of the perfect vanilla bean … Travelling to exotic locations can be tough … and joyous at times! I’ve had dengue fever, malaria, food poisoning, bouts in not so hygienic Asian and African hospitals, bone infections, reasonably traumatic injuries & met an amazing collection of people, farmers and produces over the last three […]

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Aloha from French Polynesia

Aloha from French Polynesia … Vanilla has always been one of my favourite spices! So, in the spirit of adventure and the desire to deliver the best possible products to our customers, we’ve decided to hit the road yet again! If you travel to latitude 16 degrees, 39 south, longitude 151 degrees 29 west, you’ll […]

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Rain Forest Alliance

Late 2016 we had the privilege of being escorted around some superbly managed Rain Forest Alliance accredited tea estates in Darjeeling and Assam in Northern India. We’re delighted to offer our final selection of these teas to our customers at PLANT 4 BOWDEN and the MARKET SHED ON HOLLAND ST!

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Travel the Tropics

Whenever I travel to the tropics I always enjoy the many unique flavours on offer! Tamarind, an unassuming seed pod contains a pulp with many reputed health benefits and a delicious sweet / sour flavour, immediately attracted my attention! Used in the tropics to encourage digestive health, reduce blood pressure, rich in vitamin C, iron, […]

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