Pureharvest – Partner Announcement
May 23, 2014
I am very excited to have the opportunity to tell you about a new long term partnership for A Fresh Legacy with Australian company Pureharvest.
Pureharvest specialises in the manufacture and distribution of premium quality organic and natural food and products. Established in 1979 in Prahran Victoria. It began by selling bulk grain out of a little shop and has grown from there. For over 30 years it has been their mission to provide people with nutritious food that enables them to live healthy lives.
I feel very aligned to the Pureharvest philosophy:
If you are a regular reader you will already know that we grow as much of our own food as possible in our backyard vegetable garden, we grow it organically, without the use of sprays or chemicals. This ensures that the food we eat is non toxic, naturally full of nutrients as well as high in flavor. It is my preference for our food grocery purchases to follow the same principles that we use for the garden – unprocessed and produced without the use of chemicals.
I am dairy intolerant. I have been since I was a baby. Over the years I have tried almost every milk alternative on the market. I settled on Soy Milk as my preferred milk many years ago. Can you guess which brand?? I buy it by the carton (of 12) from the food co-op I have been a member of for the past year. A perfect partnership don’t you think? I love and use their products already and am thrilled to be given the opportunity to become familiar with more of the range.
Pureharvest were the first Australian company to introduce locally made soybean milk to the Australian market in 1987 and since then have introduced Australia to many other non dairy milk alternatives including rice milk, oat milk, activated almond milk and coco quench.
Regular readers here may have noticed that my style of cooking has been evolving in the last year. While I continue to focus on serving my family fresh food, grown from our garden, I have also been on a discovery path for other non-fresh pantry items that I use in cooking.
To date this has led to the following changes:
This journey is ongoing for me. I love finding new ways of incorporating healthy food products into recipes for our family meal table. As I discover some fresh ways to incorporate ingredients from Pureharvest into our menu I will be sharing them here, so that you can introduce them to your family also. You may also like to check out their blog for a great range of healthy recipes if you need some more inspiration.
You will find some fresh new recipes using ingredients from Pureharvest’s organic range.
You may have the opportunity to try selected Pureharvest products for yourself.
Pureharvest will be contributing some interesting content that is based on their areas of expertise. An example of what they will contribute can be seen in this really interesting article on activating food.
Head over the Pureharvest Facebook page. Support a quality Aussie company, like the page to stay up to date with new products, recipes and healthy tips.
Are you already a Pureharvest fan? If so I would love to hear what your favorite product is in the comments below.
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