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The tree of shelf-life
A food scientist from UQ is working with Indigenous Communities to unlock a lucrative industry – using Kakadu Plum to extend the storage life of food.
Plum award for Australian Native food industry collaboration
A powder extracted from the Kakadu plum to extend the shelf life of frozen ready-made foods has earned a University of Queensland researcher and her team a national award for community engagement.
ABC Landline Story: Kakadu Plums
Kakadu or bush plums have the highest known natural vitamin C content in the world. A group of Indigenous women in a remote Top End community are poised to benefit from selling Kakadu plums. But so-called bio pirates are circling in the murky business of locking up the intellectual property around bush foods. A report from Wadeye in the Northern Territory
Shaping Australia’s food identity
A team of researchers are determined to change the Australian menu and move beyond the cliché meat pies and lamingtons to see distinctive Australian cuisine and food products served up.
Packed full of antioxidants, Australian Native foods are going global | ABC News
Australia is famous for lamingtons and the beloved meat pie, but researchers want to transform our traditional cuisine to include native bush foods like Illawarra plums, pindan walnuts and wattleseed.
Kakadu Plum Value Chain
This project brings together existing partners: UQ QAAFI, Kindred Spirits Enterprises – Traditional Homeland Enterprises (T.H.E.) and Charles Darwin University to review the existing value chains within the established Kakadu Plum (KP)/ Gubinge (Terminalia ferdinandiana) industry. This is to address the issue of supplying consistently high quality KP/ Gubinge products to ensure a more reliable supply of products which can better capture market access and grow customer loyalty
Plum Pickings: Ancient Fruit Ripe For Modern Plates
An Indigenous fruit which is one of the earliest known plant foods eaten in Australia could be the next big thing in the bush foods industry.
We invite you to share the day with the team at Kindred Spirits Foundation to celebrate our 10-year anniversary. There will be stalls, presentations, activities & more!
We are excited to support the cultural festival “One Talk” to be held in Bright on April 8th. Hope to see you there!
Kindred Spirits Foundation is proud to support the work of the United Muslim Sisters of Latrobe Valley (UMSLV), and congratulate them on the launch of My Story 3, held in Moe on Thursday, March 9th.
Kindred Spirits Foundation Director, Kathy Havers has taken out the Financial Planning Association of Australia’s 2016 Future2 community service award for the second time.
Kathy H of recently visited the Wadeye community during harvesting season for the Kakadu Plum. Hats off to those hard working women!!
Latrobe Valley Bus Lines is proud and excited to be the first public transport business to become certified as a B Corporation . We are building an amazing community of…
Kindred Spirits was excited to be part of the 3rd annual Marngrook match, held on Sunday November 1st, in Bright, North East Victoria.
Kindred Spirits has joined Facebook