Organically grown Australian native fruit, vegetables and herbs cultivated in a sustainable way.
That is the promise at Pundi Produce, an aquaponic farm at Monash, a town located in the sun-drenched Riverland region of South Australia.
But it is not just about growing world-class Australian herbs and vegetables for both domestic and international markets, Pundi Produce is also about celebrating the food’s cultural heritage and making a difference for indigenous youth living in the community.
Pundi Produce is also passionate about improving community and environmental well-being through its practices.
Australian native foods grown on-farm include River mint, Raltbush, Lemon Myrtle, Wattle Seed, Warrigal (native spinach) and Bush Tomatoes.
If you, like many others, have been working to incorporate more native foods into your cooking, look no further than Pundi Produce.
Australian Native Foods Information
Brand new Rivermint tea bags
Early Indigenous Australians used Rivermint for medicinal purposes; the crushed leaves were sniffed to relieve headaches.
Locally Grown Rivermint Available Online!
A subtle Australian native herb with the taste and aroma of spearmint making it the perfect pick-me-up tea. This rambling mint bush (Mentha Australis) is found across south-eastern Australia in moist forests and around waterways. Best used to: Enjoy Rivermint as a tea, added to roast lamb, in sauces or to simply freshen up a salad. Benefits: Rivermint is known to support digestion thanks to its menthol properties. It is also reputedly good for easing the effects of colds. History: Early inhabitants used Rivermint for medicinal purposes; the crushed leaves were sniffed to relieve headaches.
Ancient Wisdom. Modern Technology. Purposeful Produce.
Blogs & Recipes
Pundi Produce is not just about produce, it’s about empowerment. It’s about helping people reconnect with nature through touch, taste and tending, in order to improve their overall health and well-being. Read More in our blogs…
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Underpinning Pundi Produce is Dominic’s vision to connect
people back to the land and Aboriginal culture through food
grown using sustainable practices.
Pundi means “mouse” in the Ngarrindjeri language. A mouse is a tiny creature, seemingly inconsequential, and yet, integral to the ecosystem. Small, but making a big impact.