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What is bush food?
Bush food or Bush Tucker is the common name for any number of foods sourced from Australia's indigenous native plants. Bush food can be sourced from the leaves, roots, fruits, seeds, and bark of many different species - but many are toxic and therefore can only be harvested by highly skilled harvesters.
What is the price of shipping?
Australian Flat Rate Shipping- $7.50
International Starting from $20 AUD
How long does shipping take?
For detailed shipping times, please check out our Shipping and Returns page.
Where do you source your products?
Each product is sustainably and ethically sourced from many different communities and businesses. All of our native ingredients are sourced from small farmers, indigenous communities, or wild-harvesters.
Are you Australian Certified Organic?
No, however we ensure that all of our products are wild-harvested, sourced from indigenous communities, or grown in a sustainable way ensuring a product that can be labelled 'Organically Grown' minus the certification.
Can I buy in bulk?
Of course! If you're are restaurant, cafe, bar or anything in between, we'd love to work with you. Bulk purchases start from 100g, 250g, 500g, and 1kg. Get in touch by clicking here.
Do you work with Indigenous communities?
Where possible we aim to work with Indigenous communities to source our products. We value the commitment, knowledge, and care taken by many First Nation communities and want to showcase their diverse products by placing them in our range.
How can I stock your products in my store?
If the words sustainable, ethical, Australian come to mind when describing your brand, you've just describe our core values - so we're a match! Whether you want to stock our Organic Signature Teas, or Handcrafted Chocolates, you can get in touch via email@example.com or by calling 03 8597 8553.