Growers – Kialla Pure Foods

Farm2Plate Blog

September 20, 2019

Lindsay & Jarrad, Rolleston, Qld

Lindsay and Jarrad’s farm is a family business with long term involvement in farming in Central Queensland. They also have properties from Emerald to Moura encompassing both beef and broad […] Read more

July 4, 2019

Trader Wayne

Yes, ‘Trader Wayne’ sounds like someone from the Wild West – but he’s actually based in Toowoomba not too far from the mill. The rye flour that he has supplied […] Read more

Neil, Kingaroy, Qld

Neil grew up on a farm in the Kingaroy area but actually went into building and had a plastering business for some years. Then in 2018 he felt called back […] Read more

July 10, 2018

Mike & Bronnie, Hamilton, Vic

Located near Hamilton in south-west Victoria, the farm that provides our linseed (also known as flaxseed) is situated in prime farming land. This is due to both soil quality and […] Read more

India

Due to a surge of interest in chickpea products we were caught short this year as our farmers didn’t grow enough of the desi variety of chickpea which is popular […] Read more

Canada

Following a very dry year and shortage of organic barley grain, we’ve had to source our barley from Canada. The grain is grown by a variety of organic farmers in […] Read more

April 17, 2018

Jules & Merridy, Gatton, Qld

Jules & Merridy’s farm lies in a beautiful valley on the edge of the fertile Lockyer Valley region in south east Queensland. Five years ago they made the shift from […] Read more

April 20, 2017

Rob, Theodore, Qld

Rob grew up working on his parents farm, got into cotton, and then almost 15 years ago his contacts in the farming world lead him to try his hand at organics. Now […] Read more

June 3, 2016

Steve, Harrisville, Qld

Steve farms 300 hectares in the lush Lockyer Valley between Brisbane and the Great Dividing Range. And while this farm may seem small in comparison to some of the farmers […] Read more

May 19, 2016

Canada + Peter, Coombah

Farmers who usually grow spelt for us, for example Peter at Coombah , have had several challenging season, as the drought continues. This has resulted in a major shortage of organic Australian […] Read more

May 5, 2015

Finland

At Kialla, we mill 14 types of grains and seeds, and we will always seek to source these from Australian farmers. The only exception to this are the Finnish oats, […] Read more

May 3, 2015

Rob, Dalby, Qld

About 14 years ago Rob came into organics from cotton farming and hasn’t looked back. Like most on the land he grew up working on his parents farm, and it […] Read more

Geoff, Cecil Plains, Qld

Geoff initially went into organic farming after seeing the marked difference in price received for specialty organic grains. However he was also concerned about the quantity of chemicals he had […] Read more

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  • Pernille Berg Larsen, Baking Teacher & Author

    I always get the best result using your Organic Rye flour!

  • Cherie W., Home Baker

    I never make a bad loaf of bread now, since changing over to Kialla flour… I can’t get over the superior quality of your product. I have bought some for everyone in my family.

  • Pauline Mirabelli from Simply Honest Foods

    We’ve found that Kialla popcorn is the best – it pops so much better than other popcorns, and it tastes great. Our kids love it.

  • Mrs Ergül of Mrs Ergül's Delish Treats

    I truly like the transparency and traceability that Kialla Pure Foods offers. I’m actually able to see which farm grew the wheat milled into my 10kg bag of flour. This really sealed the deal for me. And I feel that Kialla sets themselves apart in this sense.

  • Rebecca Laughery, Consumer

    We’ve tried several other pancake mixes but nothing comes close to yours!

  • Lisa, owner & baker at Sweet Tooth Noosa

    Of all the brands of flour I have used Kialla is by far the BEST!

  • Meredith J. Home Baker

    Kialla is the best flour I’ve ever used – and that includes some great US flours. Please keep milling forever!!

  • Jacqui Mead, Consumer

    We’ve been using Kialla’s products for approximately seven years now, making the change to Organic Spelt Flour following the discovery that my son had a wheat and dairy intolerance. I have found that our whole family’s health has improved.

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