Meet The Growers
Woolworths are committed to our Aussie farmers. We have great partnerships with our growers and are proud to share some of their stories.
Below we have a variety of growers from fruit and vegetable farmers to beef growers, plus tips to help you select the freshest produce.
To read more on our Fresh Food Farmers and how we're committed to helping them produce the freshest produce everyday click here.
We would like to introduce you to some of our growers...
Meet out Northern Territory Calypso mango farmer Haig Arthur and his wife Annie who run Acacia Hills Farm, 60km south of Darwin.
Bindi and her team at 2PH Farms supply delicious mandarins to Woolworths throughout the year.
We're proud to work with Barry and his team at Arnhem Mangoes, who supply delicious mangoes to Woolworths.
Grower Nick Diamantopoulos started growing garlic fifteen years ago after realising that nearly all the garlic Australians were eating was imported.
Bauer’s Organic Farm in Mt Sylvia, QLD, has worked with Woolworths for eleven years and today supply carrots, potatoes, celery, onions and lettuce.
Blush supplies over five million kilograms of truss tomatoes each year, which is no easy feat.
Bonaccord has grown beans since 1974 and sweetcorn since 1980. They started supplying Woolworths with fresh vegetables in 1996.
Like the other seven billion inhabitants in the world, husband and wife Nelson and Zoe Dichiera have been allocated 24 hours in a day.
Read about the Aussie farmer who supplies fresh passionfruits to Woolworths. Get tips to help you select the fresh produce at Woolworths.
The Cassotti family, produce a range of fresh produce including delicious apples and pears.
In a small country town called Thorpdale near the edge of Victoria’s Gippsland, John Castello works the soil growing Dutch Cream potatoes.
Charlton Farm have been farming this region since 1860, and the tradition will continue on with their fifth generation now actively involved.
We've been working with Jon Gaudion and the Cherry King Orchard team for 12 years.
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