Organic produce

Firstly, if you encounter any problems with your organic produce PLEASE PLEASE do not hesitate to notify us. We are pretty flexible with any adjustments as we guarantee the Freshness of our produce.

“Reminder: In terms of delivery, please do not leave more than 2 boxes for the couriers to pick up. They also have a truckload of stuff to deliver and have limited space. If you have many, please CONTACT US directly and we will make arrangements to pick them up ourselves. Please be understanding to the courier limitations as we had finally found a reliable one! PLEASE continue to leave your boxes in a visible spot so that the courier can pick them up (preferably the same place he left it the last time. Let us know if you experienced any problems. On another note, orders for the the whole range of certified organic milk/yoghurt/unhomogenised milk and others are due. Deliveries start next week so place your orders ASAP. Check out below for our fantastic SPECIALS! ”

Enjoy a box full of certified organic goodness direct from the growers! Usual price is $75 but we are providing it at a wholesale discount about 40% to support our growers. Total weight of the box is 8kg. That’s $5.80/kg. Fantastic value for certified organic produce.

This week’s Growers Direct Seasonal Box:

Bok Choy x 1 bunch
Broccoli x 1pc(300g)
Cabbage green quarter x 1
Carrot J 500g
Corn x 1
Eggplant x 1 pc
Lettuce x1
Potato Dutch Cream 1kg
Sweet Potato x 500g
Tomato 500g
Apple Gala x 350g
Banana 1kg
Kiwi 350g
Orange Val 1kg
Pears 350g

**Content may vary due to availability

Many SPECIALS Available


Apples all avail Avocado Hass – as smooth and buttery as above but marks on the skin.
Bananas are great.
Grapefruit are not avail.
KIWIFRUIT are not avail
Lemons (Available)
Mandarins (not avail)
Val Oranges are very juicy and sweet from NSW.
Pears Green – (Available)
Pineapples are (Available)
Watermelon (maybe)


Herbs Bunches:

Basil is avail
Bay Leaves
Bok Choy
Kaffir Lime Leaves
Lemongrass (buy now by the stick)
Mint – Green Garden Mint.
Pak Choy
Parsley Flat
Parsley Curly
Tat Soi

Jerusalem Artichokes – (Not Available).
Asian Greens – Bok Choy short supply, Choy Sum, Pak Choy, Tat Soi (all local)
Beetroot is very nice bunches and single bulbs (locally grown).
Broccoli is fresh in and supply has improved greatly.
Green Capsicum is back in stock.
Green Cabbages are great eating right now.
Red Cabbages are also back in.
Carrots Medium at the moment are very sweet and tasty.
Juicing Carrots are very good too.
Celery is back in and very juicy.
Daikon has arrived back at the markets for another season.
Baby English Spinach and Salad packs are sensational right now.
Eggplant is dark and glossy.
English Spinach bunches are a very welcome sight again.
Fennell has made a welcome return.
Ginger – from Sth Australia – better supply this week.
Scottish Kale has come back this week (locally grown)
Lettuce will be available in Butter, Cos, Mini Cos, Iceberg, Green Oak, Red Oak (all local).
Button Mushrooms are back again – by the kilo or the punnet.
Parsnip (Not Available).
Dutch Cream and Sebago Potatoes will all be available.
Butternut Pumpkin – extremely good quality from South Australia.
Jap Pumpkin – new season from Qld.
Radish bunches have made a re-appearance.
Rhubarb is back again.
Silverbeet will be in good supply (half bunches now too!).
Snow Peas have come back to us again!
Baby English Spinach packs
Sweet Potato Kumera (orange flesh) & Purple (white flesh) this week.
Cherry Tomatoes have returned.
Tomatoes – quality is good – Rounds & Roma are available.
Turmeric (fresh) is back in stock for the winter.
Turnips Available.
Zucchini avail

Sprouts – Sunflower, Alfalfa, Mung, Radish and Broccoli Sprouts are in all in stock.


That’s about all we have for you this week so have a great week and we’ll be talking to you soon.

Darren and Elaina and the Team at Wholefood Central (Formerly Centwest Organics) Phone: 0415668873

Order online: Convenient Home Delivery to Sydney / Canberra / Wollongong / Tamworth / Coff Harbour / Central West NSW and more.

Note: All Sydney Customers can have their esky recycled by the courier if you place it while your current order is being delivered.


Well…. Just When You Thought Healthy Natural Protein Baking Couldn’t Get Any Better….

And this Happens…..

Enter The #DairyFree #VeganFriendly #HighProtein #GlutenFree ‘NOT-A-KINGSTON’

A what?!?



I have made a few little tweaks (to make them #nutfree friendly and #healthyprotein rich)

Enjoy By Yourself or With Someone You Love With All Your Heart

(Trust me- these are too good to share with anyone else!!! )

ingredients – For The Biscuits

1 cup desiccated coconut

1 cup pumpkin seeds

3 tablespoons coconut syrup

1 scoop Tao Nutrition Organic Vanilla Bean Natural Protein Powder (Healthy Natural Protein)

pinch of salt

INGREDIENTS – For The Chocolate Cream

12 medjool dates, seeds removed

3 tablespoons coconut cream

1 tablespoon cacao

how to

Preheat you oven to 175°C

Line a tray with baking paper.

Place the biscuit ingredients into your food processor and pulse until the mixture is completely broken down and sticking together.

(You will need to make sure the mix is sticking together in the processor. Keep mixing until it does. Add in coconut syrup if you need it stickier)

Shape the mixture into small balls and place the balls onto the tray.

Flatten the balls into cookies.

Bake the cookies for 10 minutes or until nicely golden. Turn the tray half way through cooking (I also turned mine over (very gently) at half-way).

Remove from the oven and leave the cookies on the tray for 10 minutes before gently moving to a cooling rack. (This is the hard part! Resist the urge to eat them off the rack!….)

To make the cream place the ingredients into your food processor and pulse, scrap the mixture back onto the blades and pulse again. If you need it to be thicker, add more dates.

Once the biscuits have cooled sandwich them together with the chocolate cream.



To check out the original recipe visit here:



I recently made a rather large bulk purchase of organic shredded coconut….

With a oversupply of coconut, it was time for a coconut slice- but this time-with an antioxidant twist

Enter the Dreamy Coconut and Blueberry Protein Slice


This slice is high in healthy protein (thanks to Tao Nutrition -the natural vegan protein powder of choice :)

And high in antioxidants (thanks to the beautiful berries)


(Please excuse my non-standard measures!)

1 Scoop Tao Nutrition Natural Vegan Protein Powder (Organic Vanilla Bean)

1.5 Mugs of Shredded Coconut

1 Mug Blueberries (Frozen is fine)

4 Tablespoons of Melted Coconut

3 Tablespoons of Rice Malt Syrup

How to:

Place all ingredients in a food processor and process


Spoon the mixture out onto a freezer friendly tray

Press the mixture down so it is flat. Return to the freezer


Remove from freezer 2 hours later and cut into pieces

Return the freezer until it’s time to enjoy :)

Hope you love them as much as we did!

Bianca xx


Did you see the Vegan Berry Smoothie recipe created by the amazing Leigh-Chantelle of Viva la Vegan!?

One Word Needed – Yum!

Thank you to the amazing Leigh-Chantelle of Viva la Vegan! for this Vegan Berry Smoothie creation

We L O V E it!

The Recipe:

1 cup brown rice milk – or other cruelty free milk
1 frozen banana
1/2 cup frozen mixed berries
1/4 cup coconut flakes
2 tblsp Tao Nutrition vanilla bean vegan protein powder
How to:
Combine all ingredients into blender
Blend until smooth
Pour into glass
Sprinkle some berries and coconut flakes on top

Bianca xx

Filmed & Edited by the lovely Cameron Tonks. To find out more of the wonderful work of Viva la Vegan! visit:


Sometimes Ice-Cream Is Just What You Need

The Lovely Team at Next Generation Wellness Created This Recipe and We Just Had to Share

Nice-Cream Tao Nutrition Style!

Vegan Protein Ice Cream

A Frozen Banana, Tao Nutrition and Coconut Water.

Healthy Desert Done!


Thanks To Next Generation Wellness for this Vegan Protein Ice cream! xx



• 1 cup raw almonds (or walnuts)
• 1 cup soft Medjool dates (10-16)
• ¼ tsp. sea salt
• 1 scoop chocolate Tao Protein

• 1 ½ cups raw cashews, soaked for at least 5 hours, overnight is best
• juice of 2 lemons
• the seeds of 1 whole vanilla bean (or 1 tsp. alcohol-free vanilla extract)
• 1/3 cup raw coconut oil, melted
• 1/3 cup rice malt syrup
• 1 scoop vanilla Tao Protein Natural Vegan Protein Powder
1 cup raspberries (thaw completely if using frozen)

Place nuts, dates and Chocolate Tao Protein in a Blender with sea salt and blend until they are well combined. Now roll a little in your hand. If the ingredients hold together, your crust is perfect.

Scoop out crust mixture in a 20cm spring-form pan (if you don’t have a spring-form pan, use a pie plate lined with cling wrap), and press firmly.

I used the back of my little measuring cups to get a flat base.

Warm coconut oil and rice malt syrup in a small saucepan on low heat until liquid. Whisk to combine.

In the Blender place all filling ingredients (except raspberries) and blend on high until very smooth. You may need to use a spatula to scrape down the sides

Pour about 2/3 (rough estimate) of the mixture out onto the crust and smooth with a spatula. Add the raspberries to the remaining filling and blend on high until smooth. Pour onto the first layer of filling. Place in freezer until solid.

To serve, remove from freezer 30 minutes prior to eating. Run a smooth, sharp knife under hot water and cut into slices. Serve on its own, or with fresh fruit. Store in freezer.

If you’re as impatient and excited about eating this as I am, just heat it in the microwave for a few seconds if you don’t want to wait 30 minutes

Notes: With the cashews, in this recipe I didn’t soak them as, me being me, I completely forgot the night before.

I soaked them for around 10-20mins and added the tiniest amount of water into the mixture. It still came out smooth and creamy.


Thank You for Sharing Emilee!

Bianca xx


Hey there Tao Tribe!!

We have a real treat for you (pun intended) hehe

Have you heard of Lozza from Baking Mad Gym Addict?   Blog and youtube superstar, she is full of energy, health and delicious recipes.

….she got her hands on some Tao Nutrition Choc AND Vanilla Bean Vegan Protein Powderand let the creativity flow. We love what she came up with!

  • Tao Nutrition Vegan Protein Hot Chocolate
  • Protein Pizza
  • Protein Smoothie Balls
  • French Protein Toast

You can find the full detailed recipes HERE. For vegan versions of the recipes you can replace eggs with super chia eggs (click here)  and yogurt with coconut yogurt

Now, before you sprint to the kitchen to get your cook on!!!……click the Facebook button on the left. Thanx for Sharing the Love!!

And to get your hands on some tasty tasty Tao Nutrition… your fave flavour Choc or Vanilla Bean


“When we saw this beautiful Green Protein Smoothie Recipe from genevievevaa of instagram we just had to share….”

Genevievevaa is a lover of travelling, yoga, fruit and a vegan lifestyle… we think she makes a pretty mean green smoothie too :)


This creation features:

banana mango and spinach 

When you add in Tao Nutrition organic vanilla bean– this smoothie sets you up for a powerful day xx


Simply add these ingredients to a blender with water and ice. Blend and enjoy!

Why we love Tao Nutrition organic vanilla bean:


-100% Organic vanilla beans (no mock vanilla here)

-A whopping 23g protein per serve

-Proteins, Superfoods and Essential Greens in every sip!

-Caffeine free

-Gluten free

-Dairy free



A Healthy Protein Source for:

– Building Lean Muscle

– More Energy

– Recovering Faster from your Workout



Thank you Genevievevaa for this beautiful creation. We love your picture and recipe. xx

You should check out her page when you are next on Insta!



Photo credit: To the wonderful Genevievevaa x


When our resident healthy foodie creates a pie this good… there are no words!


“We added a little protein kick with Tao Nutrition Organic Vanilla Bean in the base and Tao Nutrition Natural Choc in the topping.”

We hope you enjoy this Raw Cacao Protein Pie as much as we did!


Raw Cacao Protein Pie

For the crust:
– 2 cups almonds
– 1 cup walnuts
– ¼ cup water
– 8 dates, deseeded
– 1 scoop Tao Nutrition Organic Vanilla Bean
– 2 tbsp maple syrup


For the filling:
– 5 dates, deseeded
– 2 tbsp maple syrup
– ½ cup almond milk
– ½ cup coconut oil
– 2 cups cashews
– ½ teaspoon vanilla bean paste
– ½ cup cacao powder
– 1 scoop Tao Nutrition Natural Choc

1. To make the crust, place all ingredients for the crust in a food processor and blend for about 3 mins or until the mixture is no longer crumbly and can stick together.

2. Using a spoon or a spatula, spread crust mixture evenly on the bottom and sides of a baking tray. Place in fridge for about 10 mins.

3. Meanwhile, to make the filling, place all filling ingredients into a food processor and blend until the cashews are no longer crumbly and the texture becomes smooth.

4. Then spread the filling on top of the crust layer. (You will notice the filling mixture will become very oily from the coconut milk- this is completely normal and the oil will harden after it is placed in the fridge).

5. Place the pie in the fridge for about 2 hours. Enjoy!

Thank you to Andrea food blogger who created this recipe. Credit to her for her beautiful recipe and images. xx


Here we share 5 delicious smoothies straight from healthy instagram foodies

Try these killer combos and you wont be disappointed!

Each featuring delicious Tao Nutrition Organic Vanilla bean! Enjoy! xx


Almond Mylk Love



This smoothie recipe and pic was created by cook clean cuisine. She is a Melbourne healthy foodie wonder.

This recipe features almond milk, coconut water, frozen banana, dates, cinnamon, ice and Tao Nutrition organic vanilla bean. This is a perfect morning tea smoothie.


Beautiful berry bliss


This beautiful smoothie was created by the wonderful genevievevaa of instagram. She loves Tao Nutrition Organic Vanilla bean and we have been loving her insta pics.

This beauty features berries, banana, ice and water. Add in Tao Nutrition organic vanilla bean to your blender to give it a protein kick. Try it and love it! xx


Mango banana magic ✨ 



The wonderful genevievevaa of instagram shines again with this nana and mango classic.

Simply add frozen banana, mango ice, water and Tao Nutrition organic vanilla bean to your blender. Yummy! xx


Strawberry nana ice cream layered with blueberry nana ice cream 🍦 topped with goji & coconut chips

Known for her beautiful creations, Tao Nutrition’s resident foodie andrea food blogger inspires our creative side with her recipes!

To create ice cream:  simply process frozen banana, blueberries, Tao Nutrition Organic Vanilla Bean and a touch of water. For the strawberry layer process frozen banana, frozen strawberries and a touch of water. Layer in your jar and top with goji berries and coconut flakes.

Strawberry & Acai Crush



Our resident foodie Andrea Food Blogger has created a delicious mountain of health in a jar with this inspiration!

Simply add frozen acai (you can find in the freezer section of a good health food store), frozen strawberries, dates, ice, water and Tao Nutrition organic vanilla bean for a protein and antioxidant hit!


Photo credit: To the wonderful cookcleancuisine, genevievevaa and foodbloggeradnrea x