Buderim Ginger Beer and Pear drink has been a real crowd-pleaser since its launch in 2015. Buderim Ginger believe specialising specifically in ginger products for the last 75 years has helped them refine the perfect ginger flavour profile for true Australian Ginger Beer connoisseurs.
As well as making its way into many IGA’s in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia you can now pick up an 18 can value pack of our Ginger Beer & Pear drink in giant discount chain Costco.
Costco outlets can be found at the following locations:
Victoria– Docklands, Ringwood and Moorabbin Airport
New South Wales– Lidcombe and Casula
Queensland– North Lakes
South Australia– Kilburn
ACT– Canberra Airport
For more information click HERE
Agrimac is happy to release our preliminary 2016 NIS Offer which will be valid until 5pm on the 29th of January 2016. With Christmas right around the corner we hope that both our final payment for 2015 and the release of our new season offer will allow you some much deserved relaxation time over the festive season without thinking or worrying about nuts for a short time. You can be fully confident in the knowledge that Agrimac will again be competitive with its NIS pricing in 2016.
It is our pleasure to inform you that Agrimac has completed payments for ALL of the remaining Nut-In-Shell owing from your 2015 crop during the week commencing the 21st of December 2015.
This season, like all others we have made each of our monthly payments on time and or before time. This is a reflection of our total commitment to supporting our loyal growers and also our strong position in the marketplace. We’d all like to thank you for your continued support and supply.
Gone are the days of hard-to-open packages and spilt snacks! Australia’s favourite and finest producer of all things ginger has just introduced new packaging for two popular snacking and cooking products: Buderim Ginger’s Naked Ginger (Uncrystallised) 200g pack and Crystallised Ginger 250g pack.
Embracing a more contemporary design, Buderim Ginger has revealed fresh new packaging for its smooth and velvety ginger pieces – with the added benefits of functionality. These two classics are now available to consumers in an easy-to-open and resealable stand up pouch.
Maintaining their strong brand heritage and continuing to embrace their vibrant orange and retro trademark, Buderim has opted for a more functional design that consumers will love. Moving away from a shapeless, pillow-packet format that gets lost in the cupboard, can’t be re-sealed, and is restricted to one-time snacking, Buderim’s new stand-alone pouch locks in freshness while still delivering the same great taste.
“In a recent national study of over 1000 people earlier this year we found the majority of our customers either purchased Naked and Crystallised Ginger as a snack or for cooking,” said Buderim Ginger Marketing Manager Jacqui Price.
“However the previous packaging format wasn’t conducive to snacking and cooking usages, whereas the new stand up pack has a lot better presence in cupboards making it easier to store and is completely resealable.”
Committed to providing their loyal customers with the finest quality and service, it’s no surprise Buderim Ginger’s packaging re-brand offers consumers convenience and functionality while staying true to their roots that they are known and loved for.
In the last 74 years, Buderim Ginger has grown from a small farming community and ginger growers cooperative to one of the world’s largest suppliers of ginger. Today Buderim Ginger is known as the finest purveyor of all things ginger, producing an impressive variety of Australian favourites from its infamous ginger beer and ginger snack range to its beloved original ginger marmalade recipe.
Change of Company Name and Constitution
Buderim Group Limited (ASX:BUG) (Company) advises following approval of a special resolution by Shareholders at the Company’s Annual General Meeting held on 30 October 2015, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has approved the change of the Company’s name from Buderim Ginger Limited to Buderim Group Limited effective 8 November 2015.
The special resolution passed by Shareholders also approved the amendment of the Company’s Constitution to reflect the change of name of the Company to Buderim Group Limited. A copy of the amended Constitution is available HERE.
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Inspired by the booming trend in Europe, the nutty geniuses at MacFarms have nationally launched Macadamias that can be consumed directly from the shell using a unique key in the pack – Easy Open Macadamias (Roasted & Salted in the Shell).
Often referred to as the King of nuts, Australia’s deep-seated love for the glorious Macadamia is certainly no secret. Understandably, this love is usually attributed to the nuts transcendent creaminess, plump buttery taste and wickedly crunchy texture. Not to mention, Macadamias are rich in good monounsaturated fats and a source of fibre. They also contain iron and are a source of thiamine and magnesium.
But unlike opening its lesser counterparts, such as the peanut or pistachio, it takes some serious manpower to extract a Macadamia from its shell; 300 pounds of pressure per square inch to be exact, making it the hardest nut in the world to crack.
So, how does one consume histories toughest nut? As nuts should always be consumed, fresh and spanking new from the shell!
Available in a 350g stand-up resealable pouch, every Macadamia has a groove in its shell which can be opened using a small MacFams Key included in each pack. Simply insert the key into the slit and lever to crack open the shell to reveal the nutty treasure inside.
Grown and harvested on home soil, MacFarms Easy Open Macadamias are available for limited seasonal release in the fresh produce section of Coles and Woolworths supermarkets while stocks last.
RRP $9.95 for a 350g pack
You can view the Easy Open Macs website at: http://www.easyopenmacadamias.com.au
On Friday 7th of August 2015 Macabella came to the rescue of choc spread enthusiasts in Sydney and Melbourne giving away over 3600 jars of the delicious choc macadamia spread with the Great Macabella Spread Swap. The Spread Swap was in response to news that one of Australia’s most well-known hazelnut spreads had a national shortage.
Macabella invited the public to come down to the Henry Deane Plaza in Sydney and the Forecourt at the State Library of Victoria to pick up a free jar of Macabella Choc’Macadamia spread in exchange for their old choc nut spread jar (whether it was empty, full or everything in between). Eager passers-by could also do a social swap by posting a photo or update on social media or whispering the special code word #SpreadTheSecret to procure a jar.
Both promotions were a complete success running out of jars within 3-4 hours at each location (we knew you loved your choc nut spread!). To see photos from the event you can visit www.macabella.com