In-season and freshly picked, our kale is the best you'll find, we're sure. A very popular 'super food' for good reason!
Baked fresh every Wednesday & available until sold out. Organic & bio-dynamic sourdough spelt bread. Ingredients: Freshly-milled bio-dynamic wholewheat flour, rainwater, Celtic sea salt and natural yeast ferment. 680gms.
Brushed potatoes, locally grown and freshly picked.
A wonderful addition to casseroles and sauces, also a tasty appetiser poured over cream cheese.
A basket of fresh local seasonal fruit & vegetables. Roughly $30 worth of fruit and $50 of vegetables. Ideal for 1-2 person.
A traditional American-style dressing for salads and as a sauce for steaks, schnitzel and calamari. Wonderful tossed through potato or egg salad.
Real Juice No Added Sugar No Concentrates
Salsuds biodegradable cleaner is an effective, concentrated but mild cleaner for every day use (not intended for body washing).
Warming winter sun rises over the lake at Marmong Point, Lake Macquarie NSW. Original photo by Stephen Carter.
In-season and freshly picked. Each kiwifruit has an average weight 80 - 90grams. 8 to 10 kiwifruit per 1kg.
2012 Royal Hobart Fine Foods Gold Medal A taste sensation drizzled over a strong cheddar or blue cheese. A must for any salad or with oil and crusty bread.
Yes we can deliver! Why not get a group of work colleagues together, order in bulk, and have us deliver to your workplace?
We're always available to answer any questions you may have. You can call our store, email us, or use the 'contact us' page.
We're locals, just like you!
We are a collective of passionate growers, makers and creators and our motto is "Local Crop, Local Community".
We encourage community spirit, we support local enterprise, and we want to share that wholeheartedly with you.
Everyone represented at Local Crop are locals who are passionate about what they do, and they want to share that passion with their community.
Buy local, support local! We do.
Local Crop, Local Community
Our Ethos is "Local Crop, Local Community". Our aim is to provide an environment that fosters community, promotes locally grown, made and created.
To that end, we're always keen to hear from not only growers, but painters and artists, authors and writers, musicians and bands, photographers, and anyone who wants to also be involved in their local community.
Drop in and say hi! We're at 291 Hunter Street, Newcastle.