New Website Tips

We hope you’re enjoying the new website, it has been a long time in the making. We appreciate it may take some getting used to, so here are a few tips which may help which the transition 😀 VIEW LONGER PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Use list view to view more product descriptions: SEND US A COMMENT Use the … Continued

Are You Using Your Fridge Wrong?

Many people just get home and throw all their produce in the fridge only to find things going slimy and brown before they should. Everyone knows that fridges work to preserve food, so might as well just fill it up with everything, right? Nope! Improper food storage leads to your hard earned dollars ending up … Continued

The Organic Egg Difference

  Us Aussies love our eggs. Australian farmers produce around 5 billion eggs a year, but… shockingly… about half of these are from caged hens.   Shoppers are starting to clue on and become more responsible by moving away from caged eggs, which has brought about new classifications in the big supermarkets such as “Cage-Free” … Continued

We Use Biodegradable Bags

Our biodegradable roll bags contain an additive called ‘Reverte’, which degrades and breaks up the polymer chains in the plastic and make it available for biodegradability within the environment. “But doesn’t it just break down into smaller bits of plastic?” No! This is not the case with the Reverte additive. We’ll get technical here for … Continued

Whats the go with Ghee?

Ghee, or clarified butter, is essentially butter that has all the milk solids and moisture removed. The process of clarifying involves evaporating the moisture by simmering the butter, the simmering also caramelises the milk solids so they can be removed. What remains is a pure, golden cooking oil with many nutritional benefits and medicinal qualities. … Continued

A Blessing for the Lactose Intolerants

Now available in a 2L BPA-free bottle, This second addition to Barambah Organics’ lactose-free family (after the lactose free yoghurt), has been a very welcome one. So why lactose-free dairy? Did you know that research points out that approximately 65 percent of the human population has a reduced ability to digest lactose after infancy? Side … Continued