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Sustainable Traders 29th August 2022

Sustainable Traders 29th August 2022

Proganics | The Lost Seed | Perth Upmarket | SOPHIC | Royal Nut Company | Staple Bread & Necessities | BetterBee.Eco | The Bread & Butter Project | Perth Solar Power Installations


Proganics offers a range of organic food products including protein powders and shakes, herbal teas, snacks, and pantry essentials. Organic is how their food is grown, farmed and processed and is your only guarantee that the product you're consuming is truly chemical free and sustainably farmed. The dairy in every PROGANICS product comes from grass fed, pasture raised cows and 100% true free range. Proganics is proudly certified organic by the ACO and USDA.

The Lost Seed

Founded in 2002, The Lost Seed is an Australian-owned family business driven by a passion to support the ongoing availability of a wide variety of reliable old rare heirloom vegetables & herbs, in the most natural way possible. All of their seed is non-GM, non-hybrid, open-pollinated, chemical free, and most importantly, germination-tested.   

Perth Upmarket

Perth Upmarket supports small creative businesses in WA through quarterly market events featuring handmade, quality products by local artisans. Their mission is to bring together the best local creatives and put them in front of customers. Perth Upmarket offers a diverse mix of products such as clothing, artworks, homewares, jewellery, skin care, gourmet food and paperwares.


SOPHIC is a certified Australian-owned company manufacturing a range of body and hair care products made with a minimum of 95% naturally derived ingredients featuring Australian native botanicals including Kakadu Plum, Quandong, Kangaroo Apple, Lemon Myrtle, Lilly Pilly and Desert Lime. SOPHIC is dedicated to reducing their impact on planet Earth, empowering local communities and celebrating Australia’s flora and fauna. The entire SOPHIC Care range is made in Australia. Everything is designed to be multi-functional without excess packaging to reduce consumption and waste. 

Royal Nut Company

Royal Nut Company is a family-owned Australian business, dedicated to sourcing, manufacturing and supplying the highest quality nuts, nut spreads, dried fruit, legumes and grains, health foods, confectionery, snacks and spices. They pride themselves on prioritising Australian made products and supporting local Australian farmers. They also carefully select the finest ingredients from all over the world, supplying more than 700 product lines.

Staple Bread & Necessities

Staple offers freshly hand crafted sourdough breads, pastries and other baked goods. Their breads are made using only locally sourced organic and sustainable ingredients. You can find Staple at Seaforth, on the northern beaches of Sydney.


BetterBee.Eco is a maker of earth-friendly botanical cleaning and home products. All of their products are 100% plant and mineral based (without hidden nasties) and vegan approved. BetterBee.Eco genuinely cares for our beautiful planet. Everything in their shop is biodegradable, eco-friendly and lovingly handcrafted in Perth, Australia.

The Bread & Butter Project

The Bread & Butter Project is an artisan bakery delivering handmade bread to fine food purveyors and food lovers of Sydney. Their loaves are traditionally crafted from the highest quality ingredients - bringing you the perfect combination of flavour, crust and crumb. The Bread & Butter Project is Australia's first social enterprise bakery. This means 100% of their profits are reinvested into baker training and employment pathways for refugees and asylum seekers.

Perth Solar Power Installations

Perth Solar Power Installations is a well-established solar panel company based in Perth, Western Australia, providing quality solar pv system, inverters and battery solutions with a first-class installation and maintenance service. The team here at Perth Solar Power Installations are passionate about solar panels but they believe it is equally important to give the best service their customers deserve.

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