At Real Food Gifts the careful selection of the brands we support shows the people we’re gifting that we’ve really taken some time to think about our gifts.
This is never more true than when selecting items from industries that are rife with child slave labour and deforestation.
Items like coffee & chocolate are a minefield of ethical choices and Real Food Gifts only support brands that are doing good, not only by the way their produce and market their own products – but in how they take positive actions to improve their industry.
Brands you’ll find in this hamper:
Dench Artisan Bakery
Dench Bakeries committment to quality ingredients and a palm oil free range. The biscuits selected for this gift hamper are just perfect with a hot cuppa.
“Dench Bakers have been baking natural, artisan-style bread since 2005, when we started supplying the hospitality industry and public from our shop located in Fitzroy North.
From our bakehouse in Abbotsford, we now supply many cafes, restaurants and independent grocers with quality handmade organic sourdough, specialty breads, pastries and cakes. ”
Real Food Grocer Bulk Jar Selections
Real food Grocers home brand bulk goods are sourced with careful attention paid to ensuring traceability of ingredients, and ethical labour practices. Not to mention the whole range is packaged in reusable, returnable, recyclable glass jars. Labelled with a non-sticky approach of a paper tag attached with twine or a rubber band, RFG are all about ensuring the loop is closed on every aspect of this range of products.
Meredith Dairy’s aim is simple: to pass on to the next generation a business that is economically viable, environmentally sustainable and part of a vibrant rural community. They’re passionate about Australian family business, their animals, sustainable farming, and creating beautiful healthy products that taste great. Their approach is a great example of holistic agriculture. Cheese and yoghurt is made daily, from the milk collected on the same day. The grains grown on the farm are used by the dairy animals, straw is used for bedding, and the manure is returned to the soil as fertiliser.