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Product for sale.

Kagome Foods currently has a range of 100% Australian grown, paste and diced tomato and apple and pear paste for sale. All our production is natural without any additives http://papereditingexpert.com/ and aseptically packed into bulk bins.

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Pick-a-Box with Kagome

The tomato harvest has been going well since late January and our farms are heaving with flavoursome, beautiful, vine ripened tomatoes. We would like to extend to everyone in the local community an invitation to Pick-a-Box of our world class, 100% Australian Grown, sustainable tomatoes on Saturday March 12th from 9 am to 12 noon 2016 at our Parncutt’s Farm, located at 597 Echuca West School Road, Echuca West, VIC 3564. Each Pick-a-Box of tomatoes will cost $10, with a maximum of 5 Boxes per person. All proceeds will be donated to the Echuca Regional Health new hospital ‘Make Your Mark’ appeal.

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1203, 2016

Pick-a-Box with Kagome and make Echuca a little healthier!

March 12th, 2016|Comments Off on Pick-a-Box with Kagome and make Echuca a little healthier!

On Again - Sat. March 12th from 9 am -12 2016 The tomato harvest has been going well since late January and our farms are heaving with flavoursome, [...]

103, 2016

Focus Safe Food Chain

March 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Focus Safe Food Chain

In reference to the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) website,“The protection of the health and safety of consumers is a fundamental requirement and a legal obligation of all companies involved [...]

1808, 2015

Pouch vs Can

August 18th, 2015|Comments Off on Pouch vs Can

Why the Pouch is a better choice than the can: NO knife NO can opener NO injuries TRANSPARENT POUCH to see what you buy NO allergens, 100% [...]

1104, 2014

Australian Made Campaign and SPC.

April 11th, 2014|Comments Off on Australian Made Campaign and SPC.

Here’s a handy info-graphic from SPC to help you understand more about the Australian tomato industry and why you should support SPC

Supporting local FARMERS videoKagome corporate video-01
Harvesting Wheat, tending to tomato crops (cultivating, spraying, watering and fertilising) Tomato planting was completed late Nov. Plant Capsicum trial. Prepare ground for Carrots including installation of Pivot irrigation systems.
Plant Carrots late January. Begin harvesting tomatoes late January. Begin preparing new ground for 2014-15 tomatoes.
Harvest tomatoes. Finish planting carrots. Continue preparing ground for 2014-15 tomato crop.

These products are made with 100% Aussie Grown Tomatoes