Helps with bone and muscle health (protein, iron and calcium)
Helps to control blood sugar (fibre and protein)
Increases the number of healthy bacteria in your gut (soluble fibre)
Good for indigestion as it aids digestion (digestive proteins in cumin)
What goes in.
Organic chickpeas, cumin and coriander seed.
What's kept out.
Vegetable oil and raising agents.
Did you know?
Did you know that premade falafels are usually fried in large amounts of oil, and set with raising agents? Seeing as you can’t control how conventional falafels are made, you could be overdoing the saturated fat content without realising. General rule of thumb? Opt for a clean mix that you can whip up when the mood strikes.
Born and bred in the Grampians, Victoria.
Put down the garlic sauce. Instead, create your own healthy tzatziki to go with those falafels. All you need is Greek yoghurt, garlic, lemon, cucumber, dill and a sprinkle of sea salt.
As one of the oldest olive groves in Australia, the Mount Zero olive grove has stood the test of time. Located at the base of the Grampians northernmost summit, it’s home to 6000 Spanish Manzanilla and Gordal olive trees. Mount Zero is a family-owned-and-operated business that’s committed to flavour and quality; their values are evident in every olive, every jar. Speaking of commitment, it only harvests using biodynamic farming; a natural, eco-friendly approach to farming that avoids synthetic intervention. The grove is self-sustaining — it feeds the trees directly from the soil humus rather than chemical inputs, and the energy supply is sourced from off-grid wind and solar generators.