Local food directory

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Happy Goats Travelling Coffee
Products: Coffee
Township/Suburb: Healesville
Notes (in their own words):

Happy Goats Travelling Coffee serve coffee from the back of a 1960s Morris Minor van. They use coffee from Proud Mary, a local coffee roaster in Melbourne, and milk from Schulz Organic Dairy.

Harry Hoo
Name: Harry Hoo
Products: Spring rolls, dim sims, dumplings and won tons
Local outlets: Coburg Farmers' Market
Lilydale Craft and Produce Market
Township/Suburb: Bayswater
Notes (in their own words):

Harry Hoo started making dim sims 20 years ago and now sell a range of asian entrees at markets around Melbourne. All of their products are made fresh weekly, using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, and with no fillers, artificial colours or flavours.

Hawthorn Community Gardens
Township/Suburb: Hawthorn East
Notes (in their own words):

These gardens are allotment-based.

There are two gardens, one at 381 Riversdale Road, Hawthorn East and the other in Linda Crescent, Hawthorn.

Hawthorn Community Gardens was established in 1980. Across its two locations, it has a total of 86 garden plots. Membership fees range from $80-100 per annum, depending on the size of the plot, and this includes access to gardening tools, water and social gatherings. There is currently a substantial waiting list for both gardens.

Healthy D’Lights
Products: Bliss balls
Local outlets: Online
Kinglake Produce & Artisan Market
Tembo Awakening Market, Hurstbridge
Vegan Market of Melbourne
Township/Suburb: Epping
Notes (in their own words):

Healthy D’Lights make vegan and gluten free bliss balls with no added sugar or preservatives. Ideal for kids lunch boxes, gym junkies, health conscious, diabetics, for weight loss or diet plans. Their flavours include chocolate coconut balls, cranberry pistachio, peanut butter, hemp & vanilla, lemon chia, apple pie and chai.

Products: A wide range of organic healthy breads
Certified Organic ingredients
Local outlets: Own shop
Apples and Sage Organic Wholefoods, Balwyn
Leo's Fine Food & Wine, Heidelberg
Rhubarb Rhubarb Organics, Preston
Terra Madre, Northcote

For other local outlets, email them (enquiries@healthybake.com.au) with your postcode.
Township/Suburb: Lilydale
Notes (in their own words):

Healthybake make a wide range of breads, mostly using Certified Organic ingredients and with all their products that being free from chemical contaminants such as pesticides, herbicides, heavy metal residues etc. Their range includes both wheat-alternative and gluten-free that are suitable for people with wheat allergies, diabetes or people wishing to eat healthy and experience different foods. They bake with ancient grains including, spelt, khorasan, oat, millet, barley and rye, as well as superfood and FODMAP friendly breads.

Heathmont Crop Swap
When: 4th Saturday of the month, 10-11.30am
Township/Suburb: Heathmont
Notes (in their own words):

There is a community garden at the location.

Organised by Outer Eastern Permaculture Swap.

Heidelberg Food Swap
When: 4th Saturday of the month, 10-11am
Township/Suburb: Heidelberg
Notes (in their own words):

There is a community garden at the location.

Organised by Transition Warringal.

Heidelberg West Food Swap
When: 1st Saturday of the month, 10-11am
Township/Suburb: Heidelberg West
Hildebrand Grove
Products: Extra virgin and infused olive oil
Local outlets: Online
Township/Suburb: Cottles Bridge
Notes (in their own words):

Hildebrand Grove is a local, family-run olive grove in picturesque Cottles Bridge which has been quietly producing award-winning olive oil for ten years. Ann and David Strutt are in there at every stage of the process: tending the olive trees, harvesting and pressing the olives. The oil is produced from a blend of Corregiola and Frantoio olives and the end result - a flavoursome and award-winning extra virgin olive oil - has become a beloved staple in many local households. In addition to selling the plain extra virgin olive oil, Hildebrand Grove also produces a great range of infused oils. With a variety of tasty flavours, these are a sophisticated addition to any pantry and can be used in cooked dishes or to dress salads.

Hildebrand Ridge Organic Vineyard
Products: Cabernet, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
Certified Organic
Local outlets: Cellar door - Sunday 11am - 5pm or by appointment
Township/Suburb: Cottles Bridge
Notes (in their own words):

Hildebrand Ridge is dedicated to making organic wines and honouring sustainable farming. Preservative-free wines are available and sulphur preservative 220 has been eliminated from the entire range. There is live music most Sundays, 1-5pm.

Hurstbridge Deli & Larder
Category: , ,
Local brands sold: Caffe Strada
Local brands sold: City Larder
Floridia Cheese
Cunliffe & Waters
Township/Suburb: Hurstbridge
Notes (in their own words):

Hurstbridge Deli & Larder is a delicatessen and kitchen offering home style cooked meals, lunches and coffee. They have lots of delicious food such as pasta (fresh homemade as well as dry and frozen), pasta sauces, antipasto, soft & hard cheeses, smoked products, frozen pies, pastries and a small range of specialty meats such as gammon, Irish sausages, steak & double smoked bacon. Much of their food is either homemade or locally sourced. They also do hampers, platters and catering for special occasions to suit all budgets.

They are open 6 days a week: Mon–Fri 8am–6.30pm and Sat 8.30am-6pm.

Hurstbridge IGA X-press
Category: ,
Local brands sold: Shaws Road Winery
Township/Suburb: Hurstbridge
Hurstbridge Market
When: 1st Sunday of the month, 8.30am-1pm
Local brands sold: A Local Baker St Andrews
Chef's Fine Food
Heidi Honey Hurstbridge
Imbue Distillery
Panton Hill Estate Olives
Persian Plate
Sugarloaf Produce
Sweets & Treats By Michael
Top Hundred Acres
Under The Pickle Tree
Township/Suburb: Hurstbridge