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Sep
01
2014

Coast To Coast Animal Friends Event


This September Australian Eatwell will be supporting Coast To Coast Animal Friends (C2CAF) with their end of year event, ‘A Celebration for People, Planet, Animals – An Evening of Inspiration’. Various vegan products will be supplied for the event to support the organisation and what they believe in.


Who Are C2CAF?

Coast to Coast Animal Friends is a community based out of Queensland, Australia who greatly care about the suffering and injustices caused to animals. They are not-for-profit, are funded entirely by public donations and focus on local animal based issues as well as highlight international campaigns and join forces to support and promote other organisations efforts.  

They currently support advocacy groups for five major animal rights organisations including ‘Animals Australia’ and state that their mission is to make a difference in the lives of millions of suffering animals and bring about awareness of their plight.

 

The Event and Australian Eatwell Support for C2CAF?

The event will be held on Saturday the 20th of September at the Southport Community Centre. It will consist of five hours of musical entertainment, a cruelty free canapé buffet, vegan wine and beer and various guest speakers, including Philip Wollen, OAM and Brad King of Farm Animal Rescue.

Australian Eatwell support C2CAF due to similar views about lifestyle and vegetarian and vegan foods. For more information about the upcoming event visit their face book page. Link Below.

https://www.facebook.com/CoastToCoastAnimalFriends

Sep
01
2014

Devings Fine Foods Distributor Blog

                         

For Australian Eatwell products to be able to reach the consumer distributors of these products are needed throughout Australia to reach many regions. Eatwell uses various distributors, one of these is Devings Fine Foods located in Malaga in Western Australia.

The relationship between Devings and Australian Eatwell is relatively new but the business relationship between the Devings Sales Manager Serge Motroni and the Australian Eatwell Managing director Nathan Harris has existed for 15 years.

Seeing the relationship between the two companies is new there have only been a couple of deliveries made to Devings. At this stage in the relationship it is estimated that delivery of products from Australian Eatwell to Devings will be monthly.


Devings Fine Foods is a wholesale food distributor which was formed in 1995, in 1999 ownership was taken on by Mike and Sophie Croft and since then the company has steadily been growing and taking on more agencies from Australian manufacturers as well as European brands and manufacturers

In total Devings has 26 employees that have different roles for the company. These roles include sale representatives, administrative office and various ware house and storeman roles.

Devings distributes many Australian Eatwell and Simply Better Food products. Refer below

Product

Packaging

Eatwell Lentil/Veg Burgers

2 pack / 250 grams

Eatwell Mixed Veg Burgers

4 pack / 500 grams

Eatwell Organic Burgers (chickpea/cumin/coriander)

4 pack / 400 grams

Eatwell Sausages Chickpea/spinach

320 grams

Simply Better Organic Tofu

250 grams

Simply Better Soy Cheese and Chives

200 grams

Simply Better Soy Cheese Mild

200 grams

Simply Better Soy Cheese Omega 3

200 grams

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Devings distributes these products to various companies, these include over 200 IGA’s and Foodworks and a mix of unfranchised supermarkets, fresh markets, gourmet shops and continental delis. They also provide products to a wide variety of hotels and restaurants as well as other distributors.

For more information on the company visit their website at www.devings.com.au. For more information of the Australian Eatwell and Simply Better Foods product range in Western Australia contact Devings Fine Foods sales manager Sergio Motroni at 0449 206 603

Aug
12
2014

Sustainable Farming Tips

To practise sustainable farming there are certain steps that need to be taken in order to achieve the goal. Many people get confused with the term ‘sustainable farming’, firstly it shouldn’t be mixed up with organic farming. Both do aim to use more environmentally friendly practices but overall they have different standards. With organic farming the practises can still lead to negative effect on our ecosystem. But sustainable practises as the name implies is trying to preserve the land so it can be used again and again in the future.

Self-sufficiency isn’t an aim of sustainable farming but long-term stability and productivity is. For this to happen knowing where your resources come from and how much energy, water and environmental damage in obtaining the products is doing is important to know. Researching your products is the most effective way of finding out the above factors.

Making changes on the farm is also very important. This can be done in many ways. For example eliminating waste by reusing or recycling as much as possible is important. Other example include; rotating crops and pasture, raise both livestock and crops and set up mutual beneficial practices between them and keeping/growing plants and animals that benefit farm stability.

These are a few examples of how to achieve more sustainable farming, just remember the main goal is to make sure your output is equal or greater than you input so the practises can be done again and again in the future.