Native foods can revolutionize agriculture in Australia by offering climate adaptable species that can help improve our footprint and bring economic opportunities to Aboriginal People across the country.


Native foods can revolutionize agriculture in Australia by offering climate adaptable species that can help improve our footprint and bring economic opportunities to Aboriginal People across the country.

Our Mission


We're on a social crusade to put Aussie natives in bellies across the world whilst supporting the small farmers, non-for-profits and Indigenous Communities who supply us.

Increase Aboriginal Participation


Less than 2% of the native food industry is First Nation lead. We want to change that. 

Ethical & Sustainable Supply


We have publicly available environmental and ethical supply policies to a sustainable supply.

Increase

Awareness


We're a social enterprise with a mission to bring native ingredients into every Aussie pantry.

Be

Transparent


If we say we do, we should prove it. We release quarterly reports on our impact, proof of benefit sharing and more. 

So far, we've injected into First Nations Communities

$80,000.00

And have donated to support biodiversity projects

$28,612.00

And we've created a fund to support Aboriginal growers and have

$12,300.00

16% of the native food industry is First-Nations lead

Native ingredients give Aboriginal People the opportunity to harness their Cultural assets for long-term economic gain in remote and regional areas. We're on a mission to build our supply to 50% Aboriginal sourced to ensure an industry lead by First Nations People.

Transparency through Impact

We believe that success through impact is only possible with publically-available reports that detail the who, why and how for what we're actually doing. This ensures we're kept accountable for our work and prevents any 'hush-hush' business in our enterprise.


Indigenous Ecological Knowledge

Indigenous Ecological Knowledge (IEK) is the Traditional Knowledge of the landscape's plants, X, and X systems which has existed for thousands of years. We believe that all businesses engaged in the native food industry must engage in monetary and non-monetary benefit-sharing with Aboriginal growers or suppliers in exchange for their IEK.


Murnong Project

Melbourne was once a biodiversity hotspot. The Murnong "Yam Daisy", a culturally significant food plant for Aboriginal People in south-eastern Australia was wiped from the area within 5 years of colonization. We want to bring self-sustaining populations of the Murnong back into Melbourne in support of biodiversity and revegetation of this landscape.


We want to be transparent, open, and have impact. If you have any questions or ideas on how we can achieve this, please get in touch!