Four amazing reasons to shop at Farm and Ocean

03 September 2019 | Business

The Farm and Ocean store is a frozen food destination for the public and hospitality buyers looking for a unique variety of products for the pantry and table.
It’s all in the name: You get the best of not just both worlds, but the best of all worlds – fom frozen poultry, meat, fish, seafood, vegetables, fruit, cheeses, pastries and cakes to a variety of craft beers, gins and boutique wines.
One stop shopping has never been this convenient.
Located at 33 Nickel Street, Prosperita – the only perishable food outlet to the public in Prosperita – at Farm and Ocean you get value for money.
Here’s why you should make Farm and Ocean your go-to store!
1.A variety of food under one roof.
If you’re a fish and seafood lover, look no further than Farm and Ocean. They offer an variety of options ranging from oysters and scallops to prawns, calamari and variations of fish. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that everything you buy at Farm and Ocean is of restaurant quality. Here you will discover fresh frozen foods that is hearty and healthy – everything your deep freezer will thank you for.
2. Buy in bulk
Ever run out of essential food items? It’s the little things that cause the most inconvenience. Buying in bulk ensures you don’t have to sweat the small stuff. Purchasing your food in bulk has many great benefits for both you and the environment. By buying in bulk you reduce both your packaging waste and your food waste. Also, it eliminates the need for fancy packaging and single-use plastic. Finally, it’s a great way to save money whilst purchasing fresher foods and cutting down on household waste.
3. Affordable
Buying in bulk is cheaper. It also means getting your favourite name brands for less. Farm and Oceans carries the name brands you’re used to but at wholesale pricing. This can help maximize your savings. Not only does it save you money in the store, it also saves you on fuel, cutting down on all the extra trips that you would’ve taken had you not bought in bulk.
4. Frozen goodness
Frozen vegetables are often frozen at source, so may have higher levels of nutrients than the fresh counterparts. At Farm and Ocean, frozen food has locked-in goodness because you’re getting it intact with all of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that are in the food. Freezing also prevents your vegetables from spoiling as quickly, which reduces your food waste.
A recent study (the research was supported by the Frozen Food Foundation) found that people who buy frozen fruits and veggies consume more produce overall than people who don’t buy frozen produce. They also have lower BMIs and higher intakes of potassium, fibre, calcium, and vitamin D.
So, all vegetarians, vegans, pescatarians and meat lovers along with small B&B entrepreneur, casual caterer, street vendor, and of course “Mrs Jones” the home executive, are welcome at Farm and Ocean because there’s certainly something for everyone.

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