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We're farmers and fed up with the way the food system currently operates.
 
Working together with Western Sydney Diabetes Alliance we have created Box Divvy™.
 
Pay farmers fairly by buying direct and purchasing as a group.
                  *  Low food miles
                  *  No packaging
                  *  Join a food community
            Around 70% is from local growers.
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How? Using the Box Divvy ordering platform you join a Hub™ & order online with our group. Join a Box Divvy Food Hub™ in your area (Sydney & Central Coast at the moment).
                 
It's a fresh food & grocery online box sharing system using an App for ordering. It connects farmers and food wholesalers directly with your Food Hub so you can get groceries with prices
30-40% less than online supermarkets. Saving you some serious dough on food.
You have someone in your community, your Hubster, who is passionate about real food.
No fee to join - you can cancel orders when not wanted BEFORE 'Order Creation'.
Two parts to ordering.
1. STARTING ORDER - can take out 3 things. Roughly $20-$25. How much you get depends on how many people in your household.
2. OPT IN to SPLITS. Let's share boxes.
 
If you just want a Fixed Box just take the Starting Order.
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Maybe someone you know wants to start a Box Divvy Hub. They earn good income & only need 2-3 hours a week. No investment needed. Not a franchise. 
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Angelo and Charlie Vella

So here is another good Maltese name. The Vella's work their acreage near Freemans Reach.

 

Traditionally Angelo has been growing:

  • zucchini

  • eggplant

  • cabbages

  • cauliflower

  • silverbeet and

  • beetroot

 

He has recently been experimenting with different varieties of Daikon or Korean radish. His short variety is a little milder compared with the spicier long variety; the former is more accepted by European palettes, whilst the latter is more popular with Koreans. They traditionally pickle Daikon into something that is probably best described as an acquired taste!