Farmacy Weekly Report #Week 43 2021


Welcome to the new Farmacy Weekly Report - Week 43 2021

This is a new report that we will be sharing on our blog each week so we don't clog up the newsletter, and so everyone that's not on our mailing list can come find out what's up too!


With the warmer weather, salad items are on special!

🥬 Fancy Lettuce $2
🥬 Cos Lettuce $2
🥬 Shallots $2.50
🍅 No tomatoes, but loads of cherry tomatoes.
🥦 No Broccoli (because our Gympie farmer has stopped farming after being hit by a big hail storm) but we have new Purple Broccolini in 330gm bags for $4.50 (limited stock so get in quick for this one)
🍊 It's end of season for Mandarins
🍈 The Certified Organic Rockmelon was a bit hit and miss so we've taken that off for this week until it is much more consistent in taste
🟠Papaya has come down in price from $9 to $7 each


Megan is our Primalista again this week and is able to offer a wider range of Primal Alternative products including...

🍞 Fat & Seedy Bread
🍞 No Nut Hemp Bread
🍞 Pumpkin Bread
🍞 Zucchini Bread.


We're so excited to have these back! They are so delicious. We recommend cutting and freezing them straight away so you can toast a piece anytime you like.


Megan is also able to offer...

🍫 Primal Alternative's Brownie Mix (inspired by Alexx Stuart of Low Tox Life)
🍫 and Chocolate Granola.


Yum! Check it all out in the Bakery section of the store.


💐 Woggoon Farm's fresh flowers are proving to be very popular, including their gorgeous edible flowers. If you're making a fancy meal - these will really make it pop! We've also recently added Nigella Flower bunches - they're so pretty.


🍫 Our beautiful friend (and grocery packer) Sarah Lantz has just released her own Certified Organic Pure Cacao Powder. It come in 500gm bags and it just divine. Be sure to try her Ceremonial Cacao Pods too - sweetened with a touch of monk fruit they are amazing!


🥭 Last but not least, it's nearly SUMMER FRUIT SEASON! We get so excited about the arrival of Mangoes, Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Nectarines and Cherries each year. Keep your eye out for their arrival in the coming weeks.


Have a delicious week everyone!


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