Kangaroo Island



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“Nowhere else in the world replicates the grains as grown from the purity of the water, air and soil of Kangaroo Island,”

Laucke Flour Mills Managing Director Mark Laucke.

Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third-largest island and is separated from the Australian mainland by 22 kilometres. The iconic region’s soil and natural environment produces a range of unique flavoured local foods and beverages – such as wines, cheese, olives and honey – and grains are no exception.

Kangaroo Island’s ocean boundary keeps the harvest safe from frosts, pests and disease, and the maritime climate and unpolluted soils nurture the growing grain as nature intended.

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