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From Bush to Bag
Our Gubinge (Kakadu Plum) Jilungin is wild harvested by Indigenous Australians, quickly freeze-dried after harvest and immediately bagged to create a more nutrient-rich and ethical vitamin c supplement.
The fruit are harvested by hand, and collected by the Mercedes Cove Aboriginal Corporation and sold to us above the market rate.
On top of the cost price, we donate 10% of the profits of our Gubinge (Kakadu Plum) powder back to Nyul Nyul People to help build their amazing bushfood enterprise.
We package each bag ourselves by hand in Melbourne to pay
hommage to this incredible fruit and its ancient history.
Our first Community Trade of Gubinge (Kakadu Plum) has been made in collaboration with the Nyul Nyul mob of Mercedes Cove. 10% of the profits of this product goes back to funding economic self-determinationfor Nyul Nyul People.
"Traditionally, both the fruit and seed were eaten raw. The sap was roasted and the bark was boiled and used by Indigenous people to treat skin conditions and sores, or drunk as a tea for colds and flu."
Great products, excellent service, easy delivery and sustainable packaging. Love everything about this. Will order more
I use Kakadu plum in so many recipes, whether sweet or savoury to add the great nutrients to whatever I’m cooking. I use a lot of indigenous powders in my food.
This is delicious. Slightly sweet and a little bit tart.
Delicious! So happy to be supporting this company and learning more about our delicious indigenous plants and foods...
I love the light tart taste of Gubinge. I've added it to Celtic sea salt to season meals. I chose Gubinge because of its high vitamin C content to help increase my iron uptake.
OUR IMPACT + MISSION
We're a social enterprise with a mission to bring native ingredients into every Aussie pantry.
INCREASE ABORIGINAL PARTICIPATION
Less than 2% of the industry is First Nation lead. We believe in an industry lead by First Nation People for Self Determination through their unique land and cultural assets.
ETHICAL + SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY
We have publically available environmental and ethical supply policies to encourage an open and ethical supply.
The native food industry is built on decades of hardwork and working together is key. We work alongside ANFAB and other industry bodies.
If we say we do, we should prove it. We're open to quarterly reports on our impact, proof of benefit sharing and more.