We stock a wide range of groceries and household supplies – we aim to be a one-stop-shop!
A majority of our products are certified organic/biodynamic or are chemical free and available for bulk purchase.
We aspire to strike the complex balance between our ethical values of affordability, earth care and people care with our stocking decisions.
Below are lists of our general product range. For a comprehensive catalogue of our products with prices, click here.
The majority of the products below are available in bulk. Shopping in bulk means that you can buy as little or as much as you need and reduce the need for single-use packaging. It also keeps purchasing costs low.
To read more about low-waste-shopping at the Co-op, visit our Earth Care page here.
Cereals & Pulses
- Wholegrains & flours
- Gluten-free flours
- Rolled grains
- Puffed grains
- Dried beans
- Jams & spreads
- Juices, kombucha & soft drinks
- Fermented products
- Bulk olives
- Tinned goods
- Co-op-made yoghurt
- Toilet paper
- Oral care
- Menstrual cups, tampons & pads
- Shampoo & conditioner
- Nappies & baby wipes
- Bulk epsom salts
Teas, Herbs & Spices
- Herbal teas
- Various camellia teas
- Various chai blends
- Dandelion blends
Seeds, Nuts & Dried Fruit
- Aust’n org dried fruits
- Aust’n org nuts – raw & roasted
- Nut mixes
- Nut meals
- Cleaning products
- Brushes & sponges
- Re-usable straws
- Bamboo underwear
- Bulk bi-carb
Chocolates & Snacks
- Junee Licorice Factory products
- Milk, dark & white bulk chocolate
- Vege chips
Condiments & Sweeteners
- Japanese condiments
- Local honey
Soy & Vegan Products
- Tofu & Tempeh
- Bulk vegan cheese
- Various non-dairy milks
- Coconut icecream
- Funky Pies
- Berries & other fruit
- Global Feast meals
- Member-made dumplings
- Coconut icecream
Our fresh produce varies seasonally, however we always aim to have a wide variety of the best-quality, organic/chemical-free and local produce available. The lists below are indicative of our produce availability.
Hidden – To find out more about our focus on organic/chemical-free and locally sourced produce, head to our Earth Care, People Care & Fair Share pages here.
- fresh chicken eggs
- fresh herbs
- potatoes & sweet potatoes
- black sapote
- asian greens
We have weekly Fresh Produce Boxes to make your produce shopping easy – have a look at our Fresh Produce Box page to find out more.
Find out more about our amazing suppliers based in the ACT and NSW by clicking on the down arrow next to each name below.
Long-time organic orchardists, Greg and Tessa Brooke-Kelly have been passionately growing organic stone fruit for the last 25 years. They produce over 20 varieties of cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums, and prunes, as well as dried fruits.
Built with vitality and energy, this family run operation creates natural skincare (e.g. shampoo bars and oatmeal soap), beeswax wraps, and granola.
Deeks Health Foods is committed to providing you with delicious, convenient and healthy foods that enhance our evolutionary abilities and help everyone to achieve their personal best in life.
A husband and wife duo trying to support a healthy environment for bees, while making delicious honey and wax products available to the community. They also have supplies, if you’re just getting into backyard bee-keeping.
In operation for over 20 years, the Homeleigh olive grove produces award-winning local olive oils and table olives. This small family grove is moving toward minimum irrigation and the use of organically recognised fertilizers and pesticides.
This craft cidery at the foot of Black Mountain has over 20 apple varieties in its repertoire. One of only a few cider producers that use only Australian-grown apples, 3 Sons holds workshops and sells its Apple Cide Vinegar at the coop.
A pasta company with a passion, Braidwood Food Co promotes sustainable, nature-first foods. The family-owned enterprise source ingredients from producers in our community and wild harvesting nearby.
You can find their fresh produce at the Co-OMura Pathway to Wellness is a space for healing, learning and producing organic products. It was established in 2014 as a creative space to find your health, balance and joy in life at any age or stage of wellness.
Another one of our amazing fresh produce suppliers. Further details to come 🙂
This local biodynamic and certified organic farm offers up a range of seasonal fruits and vegetables. The couple also hosts a farm stay program to help connect students with their environment and the production of their food.
A certified organic orchard with over 60 varieties of apples, just a hop, skip and a jump from the CBD.
Southern Harvest Association is a farmer and volunteer led non-profit working to foster the sustainable growth and availability of local produce within the Southern Harvest region.
Majura Valley Free Range is an Australian, family owned and operated enterprise and Canberra’s boutique egg producer. Providing fresh biodynamic eggs to local retail outlets, restaurants and direct from the farm gate.
Farm with eggs from pasture-raised hens, operating for over fifteen years.
A social enterprise making handmade bar and liquid soaps! All their soaps are vegan, cruelty free, and free from sulphates and palm oil.
Time to go plastic-free. From beeswax wraps to silicone zip bags to metal straws, Eden Ecos has cosmetics and housewares ready to equip anyone for sustainable living.
Hand-picked and processed hazelnuts, this farm is run by a dynamic duo committed to sustainability principles and supporting local fauna and flora. Oh yeah, and there are wombats!
Outback Harvest specializes in the growing, processing, and supply of high quality sustainably grown Australian Teff.
Australian-grown coffee, now that’s a novelty! This pesticide free, 100% Arabica coffee is grown and roasted just up the road in northern New South Wales.
If you want your pasta to come with a side of social justice, Olive Green Organics mixes whole foods with fair trade principles. This gluten-free pasta comes from an ethical processing facility in Bolivia, that employs a high percentage of women, supports new mothers in the workplace and runs a program to employ people with disabilities.
A family farm growing, milling, and packing organic rice and oats. They embrace natural foods and environmental sustainability.
A small certified organic family farm, where they believe in “hard work and eating well”. We receive produce from Rita’s farm fresh every Saturday!
How farming is supposed to be – doing what’s right for the animals, the soil, the wildlife and our local communities.
A family-owned farm shipping out whole cereal grains and stone-ground flours.
Much more than a certified organic olive grove, this farm grows healthy soil and supports native fauna and flora. Their practices are conscientious, with an eye ever toward sustainability, animal welfare, and ecological health.
We have other suppliers that are further afield, or who supply to us through wholesalers. If you would like more information about a particular product, email our Products & Ordering Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
A number of our products are produced by our wonderful members who either get together in Activity Teams (eg. our yoghurt-making team) or who sell to the Co-op on consignment. Learn more about selling on consignment here.
Do you have a suggestion for a product that you would like the Co-op to stock? Or some feedback you’d like to share about any of our products or our product range more generally?
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Head over to our blog to check out our member-contributed recipes!