Ingredients

Natural Fruit Purees

SunLand Fresh Fruits
Cobram, Victoria

Located along the Murray River in Cobram, VIC, the fruit orchard has been family owned and run since 1948. The farm is not only dedicated to producing the greatest quality fruits, but also to ensuring transparency and care is taken with each fruit.

All fruit used in our Baby Puree is grown and harvested on the SunLand farms. Growing a range of variety of fruits, their orchard continues to grow and harvest the highest quality fruits.

Their fruits can be found in the following products:

  • Apple, Pear & Chia Australian Fruit Puree
  • Pear, Peach & Chia Australian Fruit Puree
  • Peach, Nectarine & Quinoa Australian Fruit Puree
  • Nectarine, Plum & Brown Rice Australian Fruit Puree

Quinoa Flour

Kindred Organics Quinoa

Kindred Organics
North-West Tasmania

The organic farm located in Kindred, Tasmania, is family own and operated by the Damien family who work alongside nature to ensure long term sustainability, traceability and quality of produce.

They have a strong sustainable farming ethos to provide the best quality nutrient rich products for consumption whilst creating the best environment for their crops.

Kindreds Organic Quinoa is grown in Australia and can be found in our Peach, Nectarine & Quinoa Puree.

Chia Flour

The Kimberly region, Western Australia

Sustainably farmed chia seeds from WA on a collective of farms that are committed to producing highest quality chia seeds.

Grown in nutrient-rich, red soil has allowed the chia seed to develop levels of Omega-3 to a high level to become the nutrient powerhouse they are.

Chia seeds have been milled into a fine powder to include in our purees. The Chia Seed Flour can be found in the following products:

  • Apple, Pear & Chia Australian Fruit Puree
  • Pear, Peach & Chia Australian Fruit Puree

Brown Rice Flour

Supporting local Australian farmers in the warmer, northern states that provides the optimal climate and environment for Brown Rice growth. The farms are dedicated to producing the highest quality grains that are extremely nutritious.

Being milled into a fine flour allows for a smooth texture in our Plum, Nectarine & Brown Rice Australian Fruit Puree.

Teff Flour

Grown in the Riverina region of NSW at a family run farm, provides the optimum climate for Teff.

Frasers Farm specialise in growing the highest quality Australian Teff in a sustainable process. Teff provides a subtle nutty flavour when used, whilst creating a soft texture as a flour in our Baby Cereals.

Frasers Farms Teff Flour can be found in our range of Baby Cereals.

Native Fruit

Each Native Fruit Powder is grown by local farmers around rural Australia. The powders display and celebrate the ingredients produced by the natural Australian landscape.

Being locally grown allows for the native powders to display their unique flavours that come through in our range of Baby Cereals.

Using native flavours allows little ones to be exposed to the natural produce of Australia from an early age.

Native fruit powders can be found in each of our baby cereals:

  • Pear and Davidson Plum Wholegrain Cereal
  • Apple and Kakadu Plum Wholegrain Cereal
  • Mango and Desert Lime Wholegrain Cereal

Davidson Plum

Origin and History

Originating in subtropical rainforests in New South Wales and Queensland, the Davidson Plum was traditionally eaten raw by Indigenous Australians for the fruits sharp acidity. The dark blue-purple skin is broken through by the intense pinky-red colour of the inside of the plum, adding vibrancy to food when used!

When used in food applications in the modern day, it is usually paired with sweeter foods such as fruit, to balance out and dilute the sharp taste.

Flavour

Flavour: Sharp and tart taste with a lingering sweetness when eaten raw. When cooked alongside fruity flavours, it the acidity balances out. Similar taste to rhubarb.

Benefits

Naturally high levels of antioxidant anthocyanin which has been shown to help protect against a wide variety of diseases.

The fruit is an abundant plant-source of Vitamin E and C along with minerals calcium, magnesium and zinc.

Kakadu Plum

Origin and History

A fruit grown in the Northern Territory and Western Australia which is harvested from March to June for consumption.

The tough skinned green plum is used in small amounts to add colour and enhance flavour in cooking and products.

Flavour

Has an intense sour taste similar to lemons, that means it is used in small doses. It is commonly used alongside apples and pears to enhance its aroma and create a slightly sweet palate.

Benefits

The mighty Kakadu Plum is packed with Vitamin C, making it the worlds richest fruit source! It is also packed with antioxidants making it a great anti-inflammatory.

It is a great source of vitamins and minerals including iron, calcium and Vitamin E to name a few! It is high in dietary fibre which can boost the nutritional profile of finished products.

Desert Lime

Origin and History

Grown in dryer, in land areas including New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia and ready to be harvested in early summer when the lime has turned a mellow yellow. The small lime is extremely versatile and can be used in both sweet and savoury applications.

Traditionally eaten by Indigenous Australians whole and raw, they have been passed down through generations to be used in sauces, pickles or juiced!

Flavour

A sweet citrus flavour that is sharp then mellows out to finish with a refreshing sweetness.

Benefits

Being small, they are definitely mighty being packed with antioxidants and Vitamins C and E. The fruit is also a rich source of plant-based folate and calcium.