Traditional Fruit and Vegetables

We offer an extensive range of traditional fruit and vegetables sourced from leading Australian farms and growers. We are now sourcing in-season produce form growers in the Southern Forests Region, including Megaton Cabbages. Cauliflowers and Broccoli.

Seasonal Fruit and Vegetables

We understand seasonality so we are able to supply quality fruit and vegetables from beyond our doorstep. We’re also in the know when it comes to specific yearly seasonal produce, such as local white asparagus and native finger limes.
New season heirloom vegetables available now from good friends in Pemberton, the range includes Tomatoes, Squash, Pumpkins, Eggfruit and Padron Chillies.

Frozen Finger Lime Caviar

Frozen finger lime caviar, this product perfect used straight from tub to plate with no wastage or messing around extracting the pearls. Box 4 x 22.5gm tubs.

Specialty and Innovative Produce

We offer a range of unique produce, required by innovative chefs, including, black truffles (pre order), edible flowers, petite vegetables, native produce, heirloom varieties and mushrooms - pink / blue / yellow oyster, lions main & chestnut just to name a few.

Premium Baby Leaves

Triple washed and optically graded, our premium leaves offer the highest quality for salad ingredients.


We offer a full range of cut cress, micro herbs, loose herbs and sprouts, all exuding freshness and flavour.

Quality & Innovation. Fresh & Fast.

We get fresh produce. We serve the hospitality industry with a range of fresh and innovative produce sourced from farms in Australia and around the world. We get the importance of diversity. Our produce ranges from the traditional to the slightly exotic. We get the importance of freshness and quality and supplying our clients in a timely and efficient manner. Here at getFresh we continue to work with growers from all regions and chefs to bridge the gap in supply, bringing Farm Fresh to your kitchen.

News, Offers and Alerts

Market Report


Herbs are not coming through as consistent due to the constant change of the weather, basil has been severely affected, this is due to the severe winds in Carnarvon damaging the plants, and will more than likely be out of supply by end of the week.

Last batch of Jerusalem Artichokes are in the market and once sold that will be it until next year.

On the upside, mushroom supply has eased slightly with some better supplies coming through but has become volatile product and becomes short with little notice.

GOOD SUPPLY: citrus is in good supply and great quality. WA Apples are in excellent supply.

Torbay Asparagus is now in full supply, is excellent quality, great flavour. We should be on Australian asparagus until the end of the year.

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