List of produce
Please remember this is a seasonal market and all produce may not be available throughout the year.
Bread: freshly baked bread including sourdough breads, fruit bread, gluten free bread and Turkish bread – made with organic flours.
Coffee: freshly ground local coffee; brewed coffee and hot chocolate.
Dairy: Nimbin Valley Diary goats and cows milk, cheeses, kefir and yoghurt.
Eggs: free range; organic eggs.
Flowers: roses and gerberas and tropical flowers seasonally.
Fruit: avocados, apples, bananas, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, custard apples, dragon fruit, passionfruit, pears, and various seasonal fruit such as mangoes, paw paw and more. Please see a more comprehensive list of seasonal fruit below.
Herbs: basil, coriander, dandelion,dill, fennel, ginger, galangal, mint, parsley, tumeric.
Honey: Tweed Caldera Pure Honey and beeswax candles.
Meats: pork cuts, beef cuts, sausages, rissoles, mince, lamb and chicken; goat on ocassions.
Nuts: macadamias (raw & roasted – choc coated – honey roasted- oil -butter), Tweed pecan nuts – pecans in shell, whole kernel, pecan spread, pecan value added including Maple Roasted, Texan Roasted and Choc Coated.
Mushrooms – gourmet mushrooms
Olives: table olives, extra virgin olive oil, dried olives, infused oils, olive spreads, tapenades.
Organic: a variety of fruit and vegetables is always available.
Salad greens: basil, coriander, chard, fancy lettuce, kale (cavvlo nero, scotch blue and flat kale), microgreens, mixed salad leaves, mizuna, pac choy, parsley, pea sprouts, rocket, spring onions, and tatsoi, watercress and so much more.
Seasonal fruit: paw paws, citrus – oranges including blood oranges, lemons, mandarins, grapefruit, custard apples, dragonfruit, kiwi fruit, lychees, mangoes, pineapples, Davidson plums, dragon fruit, yellow passionfruit, grapes, cherries, plums, apricots, figs, limes, black passionfruit, strawberries, star fruit.
Seafood: fresh, locally caught fish.
Seedlings: local organic seedlings, fruit trees and assorted products to assist growth including Biochar, compost, earth worms, hay bales, worm castings when these are available.
Tea – medicinal teas: mixed by our local naturopath
Vegetables: avocado, asparagus, beans, bok choy, beetroot, broccoli, cabbage (white and red), capsicum, cauliflower, carrots, celery, celeriac, chillies, corn, cucumber incl (Lebanese), eggplant, English spinach, fennel, onions (brown and white), red onions, leeks, potatoes (sebago, kipfler, desire, velor), pumpkin, radish, silver beet, snow peas, sugar and snap peas, squash, sweet potato, shallots, shelling peas, taro, tomatoes incl.(roma, cherry), turmips, zucchini. These as they are seasonally available.
• Cakes and delicacies: various including chocolate brownies and gf pecan pies, slices and cakes plus baclava, French and Danish pastries and gluten free options including raw.
• Chutneys and sauces: apple, tamarind & date and tomato; spicy tomato sauce; tropical burn hot sauce.
• Juices: citrus bottled juice and other bottled fruit • jams: lemon butter,, preserved lemons,Satay sauce, fruit flats
Kombucha and Yogi Nectar – both drinks that are believed to have a probiotic benefit
• Meals: gourmet meat & vegetarian, quiches, tarts, samosas, Vietnamese style foods, organic breakfast foods; gluten free buckwheat pancakes with sweet or savoury toppings;
• Mediterranean spices and other: dukkah, harissa, hommus, olive spreads, pesto.