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250 Schumakers Lane, Maiden Gully, VIC 3551
250 Schumakers Lane Maiden Gully Victoria 3551 AU

Mekhala Living is a Singapore/Thai company and a certified USDA NOP organic producer of Asian sauces and pastes, including Thai curries, Vietnamese pastes, and Asian dressings.

All our products are:
– vegan
– gluten-free
– easy to use
– contain only coconut sugar and himalayan pink salt (no refined sugar/salt/)
– no preservatives or additives

Organic accreditation

At Mekhala, we want to give you healthy, tasty and easy to prepare Asian food. Every Mekhala product is created in accordance with the principles of mindfulness and healthfulness. No artificial flavours, colours or preservatives are used.

All our Asian-inspired condiments, dressings and pastes are made with all-natural ingredients, are free from gluten, dairy and other animal content, and are prepared, made, bottled and labelled by hand in small batches.

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PO Box 372 Daylesford, Victoria 3460 69.67 km

Owned and grown by Deri-Anne and Tim Wyatt, Angelica Organic Farm is a small-scale market farm(mixed veg, herbs and garlic), with full organic certification (ACO No. 10966). We are also now embarking on becoming Demeter Biodynamic, using BD preps and principles.

Our farm is located in the heart of Central Victoria’s ‘foodie provinces’, on approximately 14 acres of rich red, volcanic soil (leased land) in Glenlyon, 10 minutes from Daylesford.

Our main focus now is to supply our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) membership with weekly produce each Friday of each year’s ‘season’ (usu late Jan- mid Aug). For CSA 2019 our pick up points are 4 hubs in Melbourne (Brunswick, Fitzroy, Nth Melbourne, Footscray & poss a 5th new hub in Sth Melb) plus Woodend and Daylesford.

We also supply quality Melbourne and local provedore/organic shops and restaurants.

We find ourselves among the band of artisan producers from the Daylesford – Macedon region committed to food sovereignty, the excellence and integrity of this region’s food, respect and fair remuneration for our growers, conserving the area’s pristine water and diminishing agricultural land and maintaining direct relationships with you, the food consumer.

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