During this long wild winter in the Coal Valley not every farmgate is hibernating. Some are busy online!
We have gathered together a bunch of local ONLINE produce shops that are open year ’round.
So you can shop from your cosy lounge room while the weather is too foul to venture out.
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Ronald, Michele and Oliver make fermented products like sauerkraut, pickles, miso, shio koji and Kimchi. They are super conscious about sourcing their ingredients locally and organically/spray free. You can catch them at the Farm Gate Market (check their socials for dates) or you can subscribe to receive a monthly box of ferments right to your door if you’re in Southern Tasmania. So good for you!!
Farmer Fi tends to a delightful olive grove just outside of Richmond Village. You can purchase Extra Virgin Olive Oil that she has pressed onsite at her online shop. Fi is constantly innovating, so if you catch her at the Farm Gate Market in Hobart you might be able to try her table olives. Delicious!
As well as whole walnuts, Coaldale also offers walnut kernels that they have shelled onsite. They also have their tasty pickled walnuts, which are great with a cheese platter, they also make a great gift if you can bear to part with them!
COAL RIVER FARM
The cheese makers, Tim and Candice at Coal River Farm make incredible hard and soft cheeses right there next to the cafe. And you can order their cheese online! What a revelation. Coal River Farm also have their handmade chocolates, confectionary and jam available too. So many delicious things, delivered right to your home.
WICKED CHEESE CO.
On the main road between Richmond from Cambridge you can find Wicked Cheese Co. You can have a tasting while looking into the cheese factory! They also have a cafe, but to save you from venturing out into the cold you can order cheese (and other local goodies) online.
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We really appreciate you taking the time to check it out. We are publishing new articles about vineyards, places to eat, stay, and explore every two weeks or so.