Farmacy Weekly Report 2023 Week #41

Organic Delights Delivered to Your Doorstep in Brisbane and Gold Coast! At Spray-Free Farmacy, we're excited to bring you the best spray free and organic fruits, vegetables and groceries home delivered across South East Queensland.

Happy Monday to you all! I hope you had a fantastic weekend and are looking forward to an exciting week ahead. 🌞 

We're working hard behind the scenes to finalise our new website - it's getting close! We've also been continuing to expand our product line for you - read about this week's new additions below.


Calling all egg lovers! 📢🥚 Eggs are abundant at the moment so please help our farmers out by eating plenty of them! In the colder months, chickens tend to slow down their laying, but in these warmer months, they're clucking and strutting their stuff, providing Echo Valley Farm a surplus of these little wonders of nature.🌿🐔 Raised on spray-free pastures, pecking and scratching to their heart's content, these chickens actively contribute to the health and vitality of the soil. Grab some this week and feel good about combating climate change and feeding your family the best 🌏
We're super sad to report that the local Luvaberry strawberries have bid us farewell for the year. I know! 😭 We're gutted too. That was the most amazing strawberry season we've ever seen! 
The good news is Hampton Blueberries are looking magnificent and we should have plenty for you right through to January.  We'd love to know - are you interested in 500gm punnets for around $25? 
We've also enjoyed the last of our mandarins from the Richard's Family as the citrus season is starting to wind down. However, you can still savour their delicious, organically grown oranges from The Big Orange in Gayndah.
Don’t worry, we saved the best news to last! Hold onto your hats, Mango season has just started! 🥭 We've got gorgeously large Kensington Pride mangoes from North Queensland for you to enjoy this week. It is the start of the season, so prices are super high, but you can expect these beauties to become more abundant and more reasonably priced in the coming weeks. 🎉


We'd love to hear your thoughts on the new products we've added recently. Did you try the Pure Vision Wine or Urban Forager products last week? Tell us what you thought. 🍷
The excitement isn’t over; we've got more fantastic additions for you! 🛒
Perfectly timed for the warmer months, Benchmark Coldpress Coffee makes it easy to get your morning energy boost without having to wait in line at the coffee shop! Slowly brewed over 24 hours through a coldpress for maximum flavour extraction, combined with milk from Obi Obi Dairy (Kenilworth) and just a touch of natural sugar, this tasty beverage contains absolutely no preservatives or artificial colouring. Made in Noosa with lots of love.
From Gevity RX, we have three new marinades. Packed with collagen and prebiotics, they're free from egg, gluten, and dairy. Plus, they come in three mouthwatering flavours: Peri Peri, Pimpin' Portuguese, and Terrific Teriyaki! 😋
From Symons Dairy Co we now have Vintage Cheddar and Parmesan. This Australian Organic Dairy, based in Bendigo, has been crafting organic curds since 1919 (don't worry; the cheese isn't quite that old)! 🧀
We're also thrilled to introduce you to My Baby Organics, a local gem from right here on the Gold Coast. 🍼 After meeting the creators, Sarah and Tate, it's clear that their passion and dedication shine through in their handmade, organic baby and toddler foods. They share our values of providing wholesome, nutritious food while caring for the environment through their use of paper based, fully recyclable packaging. Sarah's background in organic food and nutrition research ensures that her family's premium 100% organic products are as wholesome as can be. Check out the full range here 👶


Your support means everything to us. By choosing our spray-free and organic foods, you're not only nourishing your own families but also supporting local farmers and promoting a healthier planet. Thank you for being a part of our family! 💚🌱

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