GE Sweet Treats Hamper
GE Sweet Treats Hamper
Relax and treat yourself with this little package of sweet treats (80% sourced from Indigenous businesses) while you read Dark Emu, an inspirational book that will change your perceptions of how Indigenous people inhabited this land.
Each Sweet Treats Hamper contains the following:
Lemon Myrtle or Rosella Chocolate Coated Macadamia Nuts (Indigiearth)
Davidson Plum & Apple Sparkling Drink (Native Drink Co)
Finger Lime & Apple Sparkling Drink (Native Drink Co)
Chern’ee Graphic Chocolates (Chern’ee Chocolates)
Eucalyptus Flower Honeycomb (Myrtle and Pepper Fine Chocolate)
Dark Emu (Magabala)
Sparkling Native Fruit Drinks
2 premium Australian flavours - Finger Lime with Apple and Davidson Plum with Apple
Native Drink Company: has developed a small range of premium Native Australian beverages using 100% Australian grown ingredients. The Native Drink Co is a part of First Food Co, a Brisbane based Indigenous owned native food business.
Chocolate Coated Macadamia’s
Either Lemon Myrtle or Wild Rosella infused chocolate coating over the native Australian macadamia nut
Indigiearth: is an award winning 100% owned and operated business based in the wine country of Central West NSW, Mudgee. Indigiearth supports wild harvesting, where possible, and purchases its native raw ingredients from Aboriginal communities across the country, as well as actively assisting Aboriginal communities to set up wild harvesting and native plant business enterprises.
Myrtle and Pepper Fine Chocolate
Eucalyptus Flower Honeycomb
Myrtle and Pepper Fine Chocolates: is a non-Indigenous business specialising in chocolates showcasing beautiful native Australian flavours.
Chern’ee Sutton Original Chocolates
Genuine Indigenous designs embossed onto premium dark chocolate.
Chern’ee Sutton: is a young Queensland based Indigenous artist and entrepreneur with a passion for sharing culture and promoting reconciliation through her art.
“Pascoe puts forward a compelling argument for a reconsideration of the hunter-gatherer label for pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians. The evidence insists that Aboriginal people right across the continent were using domesticated plants, sowing, harvesting, irrigating and storing …”
Magabala Books: is an Independent Aboriginal Corporation established in 1990 and based in Broome, with the purpose of publishing and promoting Indigenous history, culture and story telling.