Queensland Farmers ‘Come’ to Town

Queenslanders are a proud bunch.

Whether it’s bananas or broccoli… carrots and strawberries… prime beef or free-range pork… we’re chest-thumping champions of produce grown in our own big backyard.

There’s always the option of driving into the countryside to visit farmgate after farmgate and load your car with locally grown goodness.

Or you can let the farmers ‘come to you’ right in the Brisbane suburbs!

Harris Farm Markets at Clayfield cherry-picks Queensland’s finest fruit, veggies and artisan foods –  so you and I don’t need to do the runaround!

There’s produce here from more than 300 growers, producers and creators from right across the state.

Backed by 40 years in the fruit and veg business, Harris Farm Markets are well known across the border – but their new Clayfield store is the beginning of a resurgence in the Sunshine State.

Australia’s pioneers of the ‘ugly fruit and veg’ trend, Harris Farm offers discounted prices on their “Imperfect Picks” range – saving around 20% of farmers’ produce from ending up in land-fill.

The company is also the first to introduce ‘milk on tap’ to Queensland.

Customers at Harris Farm Markets Clayfield can bottle their own farm-fresh milk from Maleny Dairies – in returnable glass containers.

And on the subject of all things dairy, the company plans to open their huge new Queensland flagship store at the old Peters Ice Cream factory in Brisbane’s West End later in the year.

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