Since the launch of the EAT-Lancet report in 2019, there has been a steady rise in interest around plant-based eating. Alongside the 12.1% of Australians who follow a vegan or vegetarian diet, there has also been a rise in flexitarianism and consumers who are actively eating more plant-based foods.

What does this mean for you and the products you stock on your shelves? Well, over the past year, the number of plant-based items on Australian grocery shelves has doubled.

Savvy consumers are more aware of what they’re putting on their plate. They are reading food labels and searching for natural alternatives and more transparency around the entire product lifecycle. 

In this shift, consumers are increasingly reaching for plant-based pantry staples to meet their dietary and lifestyle preferences. You may be familiar with many of these products while others may be completely new to you. 

Discover some of our top-selling, plant-based pantry staples and why you need to stock them on your shelves.

Nutritional yeast


Nutritional yeast is a great vegan alternative for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it has a similar flavour to cheese so can be used as an alternative to the popular dairy product. But also, Nutritional Yeast is very nutritious. It’s a good source of protein, B vitamins and trace minerals, which may all be particularly beneficial for people who follow a vegan diet. 

Bragg Nutritional Yeast is a top-selling option that can be sprinkled on pasta, soups, popcorn or even added to sauces as a thickener. 

Another option is the Cashew Parmesan from Extraordinary Foods. It contains nutritional yeast, cashews and other natural ingredients for a nuttier option with a texture similar to parmesan cheese.



Did you know that traditional seasonings can contain dairy products? Not to mention added refined sugar, fillers, sodium, preservatives and other unnecessary ingredients. 

Mingle Seasonings are all-natural alternatives using only plant-based ingredients and they’re shaking up every category they enter!

The Cheezoning range from Flexible Foods is another all-natural seasoning option that also contains nutritional yeast for added flavour and nutrition benefits. 

Broth and stock


Broth and stock are traditionally made from meat and often packed with additives, many of the vegetable or plant-based options included.

The Broth Sisters produce a range of plant-based vegetable Stock Concentrates as well as Vegetable Sipping Broth Bags. Using premium, fresh ingredients, the products are handcrafted in small batches and packed with flavour. 

Plant=based meat alternatives


Plant-based meat is a growing category as consumers look for plant-based protein alternatives. The benefit of many of these modern options is that they are shelf stable so have a longer life and easier pantry storage.

Upton’s Naturals Jackfruit range isn’t a high-protein option but it is a delicious meat alternative. With a texture like shredded chicken, it’s a good base to build a meal as it works with so many different flavours.

For a “meatier” plant-based option, Flexible Foods and Plantasy Foods both produce meat-free mince as higher-protein alternatives. 

Convenience meals


Convenience is the word of the moment. People want to eat well. They want to follow a plant-based diet. But they want it to be easy and convenient. 

From the Keto Bread in a Mug mixes from Get Ya Yum On to the popular Plantasy Foods Mac ‘n Cheez, The Good Soup ranges and the Botanika Blends Botanika Brekky Probiotic Porridge, there are many grab n’ go options for plant-based convenience. 


At Unique Health Products, we distribute hundreds of plant-based and vegan pantry staples. You can order online, anytime in our online shop or call our friendly sales team on 1800 787 904 If you’re a new Unique Health Products customer, you can register your account here.

Hemp Food Recipes



Hemp Coconut Smoothie Bowls


1 cup coconut milk (from a can, or coconut milk beverage from a carton)
2 cups frozen strawberries
2 large ripe bananas
1 tbsp. hulled hemp seeds

Optional: Fresh brown coconuts (To halve & pour smoothie bowl into! A bowl works too!)


Edible flowers
Unsweetened coconut flakes
Buckwheat groats
Hulled hemp seeds


Carefully break two coconuts in half and empty out the coconut water, save if you can. If you cannot find coconuts, a bowl works too!

In a blender add the coconut milk, frozen strawberries, bananas, and one tablespoon of  hemp seeds.

Blend on high for about 1 minute, until thick and creamy.

Pour smoothie base in the coconut halves and top with raspberries, edible flowers, coconut flakes, buckwheat groats and more hulled hemp seeds , serve immediately & enjoy!

Sweet Cranberry Hemp Bars

Hemp Food Recipe Sweet-Cranberry-Hemp-Bars


1 3/4 cups gluten-free oats (or organic oats)
1/3 cup gluten-free flour (or whole wheat flour)
1/3 cup hulled hemp seeds
3/8 teaspoon guar gum (or xanthan gum)
1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
6 tablespoons coconut oil
6 tablespoons coconut nectar
1/4 cup dried cranberries


Preheat over to 160c. Line an 20 x 20 cm square pan with parchment paper, with a little extra over the side.

Mix together all dry ingredients  – oats, flour, hulled hemp seeds, guar gum (or xanthan gum) and salt in a large bowl.

Microwave the coconut oil and coconut nectar in a 2-cup measuring cup for 45 seconds and stir to combine. Pour the coconut oil mixture into the oat mixture. Fold in the dried cranberries.

Spoon the batter into the prepared pan and smooth it into the corners and the side evenly.

Bake for 25 minutes (rotate the pan from front to back halfway through baking).

Transfer the pan to a wire rack to cool for 15 minutes and then put in the freezer for an hour before cutting into 16 bars.


Basil Hemp Dipping Sauce

Hemp Food Recipe


1/2 cup soaked cashews
1/4 cup water
6 fresh basil leaves
1 garlic clove
2 tablespoon lemon juice
2 tsp red wine vinegar
1/2 tsp sea salt
2 tbsp  hulled hemp seeds
2 tbsp hemp oil


Blend all ingredients in a blender until smooth. Use as a dip for veggies or crackers.

Hot Detox Hemp Burgers

Hemp Food Recipes


1 cup raw cashews
2 cups filtered water, for soaking the cashews
2 tbsp. ground flaxseeds (freshly ground if possible)
1⁄4 cup filtered water, for soaking the flaxseeds
1⁄4 cup chopped red onion
1 cup hulled hemp seeds
1⁄2 cup raw sunflower seeds
3 tbsp. coconut aminos (or gluten-free tamari sauce)
1 tbsp. dried basil
1 tsp. pink rock or gray sea salt
1 1⁄2 cups kasha (toasted buckwheat groats)
2 cups grated carrots or unpeeled sweet potatoes (using a food processor)

Optional Booster:

1⁄2 cup dried cranberries (sweetened with apple juice)


In a small bowl, soak the cashews in 2 cups water for 1 hour. Drain well.

In another bowl, combine the ground flax and 1⁄4 cup water and set aside for about 5 minutes until it gels.

Preheat the oven to 150°C, and line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper.

Using a food processor, puree the soaked cashews until smooth.

Add the flax and the remaining ingredients, except for the kasha and carrots, and process until well combined. Then add the kasha and carrots, and the dried cranberries if using, and pulse, to avoid overmixing, until the mixture starts to form a ball.

Using your hands, shape the mixture into patties (about 1⁄4 cup each).

Place the patties on the baking sheet and bake for 25 minutes, flipping halfway through. Makes 16 patties. Will keep for up to 4 days in the fridge or up to 3 months in the freezer.


Unique sells the following hemp food brands – Hemp Foods Australia, Sani Hemp and EM Superfoods. For more information on these brands and the products they offer, contact us, or add them to your online order here.



Hemp Food | Your Customers’ Questions… And All the Answers!



As of 12 November 2017, Australian consumers have been able to purchase hemp foods in your retail environment.

Hemp foods previously marked for ‘external use only’ from leading hemp food brands including Hemp Foods Australia, Sani Hemp, EM Superfoods and Every Bit Organic Raw and can be suitable to be transitioned into your food categories now the national legislation has rolled out.

Preparing yourself with the right knowledge to answer expected consumer FAQs, will help you to educate customers and get hemp sales growing in the green! Here’s what you need to know.


How are hemp oil, seeds, protein powder and flour used as food products?
While they are safe to be consumed on their own, there are many delicious ways to consume the products by incorporating them into recipes.

Hemp Oil:

Use in baking, raw treats, salad dressings and dips. Hemp oil has a low flash point, so is not recommended for frying as it will start to smoke even at low temperatures.

Hemp Seeds:

Sprinkle into smoothies or on top of cereal, salads, soups or yoghurt to add extra protein, nutrients and a very slight nutty flavour.

Hemp Protein Powder:

Hemp protein contains all 10 essential amino acids necessary for optimal health and can be simply mixed with milk or nut milk, added to smoothies or even pancakes to boost protein intake.

Hemp Flour:

Not only is hemp flour a nutritious gluten-free flour alternative, it also adds a great nutty flavour to bread, muffins, cookies and more.

For further ideas and recipes to share with your consumers, we suggest searching hemp food brand websites or hemp recipe blog.

What are the health benefits?

Hemp seeds are extremely high in protein and are also a source of vitamin A and E, minerals, fibre, amino acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids, particularly omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Hemp seeds, oil and protein also contain very little naturally occurring sugars – less then 1g per 100g! All are ideal for consumers sensitive to soy, dairy or gluten.

Hemp seeds and oil are used in other countries, including in Europe, Canada and the United States of America, in a range of foods and it’s expected that Australia will follow suit and we’ll see an increase of hemp food innovation.

Hemp Food Australia

What are the benefits for the environment, farmers and the economy?

Hemp contributes significantly towards more sustainable farming in Australia, with the added bonus of creating considerable job opportunities for Australia’s farming industry and of course, further hemp food sales for your retail environment.

Check out the hemp food brands we sell – Hemp Foods AustraliaEM Superfoods and Sani Hemp and add them to your online order here.

Australia Legalises Hemp Food!


On 28 April 2017, the hemp food industry in Australia changed forever. The Food Standards Australia New Zealand’s (FSANZ) proposal to permit the sale of food derived from the seeds of low delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol varieties of cannabis stavia (hemp) was passed by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG). Now Australia and New Zealand are in line with the rest of the world.

While passed in April, the changes have just come into effect as of 12 November 2017.

The delay in the amendment taking effect was given to allow each state and territory time to amend respective legislation which is required to support the legal sale of low-THC hemp seed foods in Australia.

The changes pave the way for Australia to reap the nutritional, financial and environmental benefits of selected hemp foods.

These foods were previously marked for ‘external use only’. With legislation changes, healthy hemp foods are now legal for human consumption across Australia.

“In five years’ time, hemp could be as common as soy, chia and flaxseed because it’s nutritious.” Said Paul Benhaim, chief executive of Hemp Foods Australia. Paul is also predicting sales of hemp seeds to quadruple in the year following this change.


Hemp differs from other varieties of cannabis. It is not marijuana. Hemp is a woody plant with no buds. Historically hemp has been used as a source of fibre and oil in traditional medicines. Hemp has no or miniscule traces of delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is the cannabinoid associated with the psychoactive properties of marijuana.

Hemp is a highly nutritious plant and can be used to make food ingredients like seeds, flour, oil and protein powder. Internationally, the food market has seen a range of hemp consumables such as; hemp snack bars, pasta and milk, just to name a few. With more products being created every day, production techniques will evolve and get even better.


Hemp Foods Australia


It is expected that Australia will see the similar introduction of hemp food products over the next few years.


Australian states were given until 12 November 2017 to make legislation amendments to meet the Council of Australian Governments legislation. Some states made this change faster than others. While states were waiting for the legislation amendments, retailers were still able to sell hemp seed products for external use.

Find out more and keep up to date on this legislation change on the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) website.


Check out the hemp food brands we sell – Hemp Foods Australia, EM Superfoods and Sani Hemp and add them to your online order here.

The Moments That Made Monica’s Mixes


Most gluten-free mixes are seriously lacking in nutrients and flavour. For too long Monica had to compromise her health to enjoy delicious food or vice versa; she’d compromise taste to stick to a gluten-free diet.

At the tender age of two, she was an under-nourished child. Her mother helplessly unable to find a doctor that could explain her daughter’s skinny legs and protruding belly. It was a visit to a German doctor that concluded that Monica may have coeliac disease.

As Monica stood in his surgery, chewing on a rusk, the doctor said to her mother “Perhaps it is the very biscuit that she is eating which is poisoning her”. With this, a strict gluten-free diet was set in place.

“When I look back, I can see how my life
was destined to be all about food.
As well as having coeliac disease,
I was also born of Italian parents.”
– Monica explains.

Ignoring doctors’ orders and continuously caving to the rich flavours of gluten-filled foods, Monica felt drained and unwell as the decades passed. Before Monica’s Mixes, she was creating designer tarts, gourmet savouries and cakes and noticed an increase in demand for gluten free gourmet treats. Coming at a time that her health was under scrutiny, she decided enough was enough and gluten free would be her diet for life.

This moment is what sparked the idea to specialise in fail-proof, allergen-free recipe mixes for the whole family.

She was determined to go beyond simply providing gluten-free options, but to create flour blends and convenient mixes so that every family can enjoy delicious baked goods that are both gluten free and highly nutritious.

Taking her skills from years of working alongside chefs from all over the globe, Monica began crafting a range of convenient mixes – Monica’s Mixes. Each created to be nutrient dense, gluten free, grain free, nut free, egg free and soy free with sugar free, paleo friendly and vegan options.

Monica's Mixes

Monica’s Mixes range has grown to include Paleo Flour, Wrap Mix, Pizza Base Mix, Muffin Mix, Flour Blend, Bread Mix, Chocolate Cake, Banana Bread Mix and the new Vegan Patty Mix.

Monica's Mixes

Today the brightly packaged, highly versatile, easy and very convenient Monica’s Mixes are loved by coeliac sufferers and health-conscious consumers not only nationally, but also across the globe.

With consumers increasingly living busier lives and seeking fast, healthy food they don’t have to create from scratch, Monica’s Mixes offer the perfect attributes to continue to be a consumer favourite.

Check out the full Monica’s Mixes range on our online shop.

If you’re not already set up with a Unique Health Products account and you’d like to add Monica’s Mixes to your retail environment, you can easily get started here.

The World’s Biggest Jackfruit Frenzy!


If you’ve somehow managed to dodge the fruit frenzy and are still in the dark about this mysterious fruit and strong coming trend, here’s what you need to know.

Warning: This knowledge could bring hungry foodie masses to your store!

What is Jackfruit?

Jackfruit is the world’s largest tree-borne fruit, which can weigh up to a massive 45 kilograms! It is indigenous to South America and South-East Asia.

It’s got a tough, green, knobby exterior, sticky sap and odd-looking seed pods that taste like a cross between a pineapple and a pear. But in its unripened form, after several hours of brining, basting and baking, a meaty like substance that resembles shredded chicken or pulled pork is created.

About Upton’s Naturals

Upton’s Naturals is the first company to make pre-seasoned, heat-and-serve, natural jackfruit varieties available in the U.S. market. They successfully launched it in Australia in July and customers are jumping on the craze!

It took Upton’s Naturals about four years to source the right kind of jackfruit from Southeast Asia for its March 2015 product launch in the US. “We use young, green, unripe jackfruit,” says Upton’s co-founder and vice president Nicole Sopko.

The young green fruit ensures the perfect consistency, texture and flavour is achieved.

Varieties of Upton’s Naturals Jackfruit include Bar-B-Que, Chilli Lime Carnitas, Sriracha, Sweet and Smoky, Thai Curry and Original – so your customers can create their own mix of flavours.Upton's Naturals Jackfruit

Why do customers love jackfruit?

Media buzz is pushing jackfruit’s positive status as a tasty plant-based meat substitute and everyone’s listening!

There’s a lot to love about Jackfruit, especially the ready-to-eat variety from Upton’s Naturals. The fruit may seem too bazaar to try at first, but those who have tasted it are forever fans.

Besides joining the Instagram buzz around the trending food, customers are loving how nutritious and incredibly moreish jackfruit is.

Upton’s Naturals have successfully tapped into several trends to offer products that customer just can’t resist. The range fits perfectly into the international healthy convenience movement, as well as the growing demand for vegan alternatives.

Australia is the third-fastest growing
vegan market in the world,
with Aussies demanding vegan products!

Jackfruit not only successfully taps into this market, but it also appeals greatly to health conscious consumers, with its impressive nutritional profile. Upton’s Naturals range is packed with vitamins, magnesium, fibre, potassium, calcium, antioxidants and phytonutrients.

Each packet is also low in saturated fat and cholesterol, low GI, gluten-free, oil-free and soy-free (just to add to jackfruit’s reasons for #trending).

Customers simply heat and eat – and with a huge range of delicious, vegan friendly recipes available straight off the Upton’s Naturals website, it’s never been easier to prepare a vegan meal that features incredibly seasoned jackfruit.

Upton's Naturals Jackfruit

Tips to sell more jackfruit

Tastings and recipes will help you show customers how to use this range.

Keep the communication clear by guiding customers to the Upton’s Naturals website for recipe ideas and keep the product with other healthy convenience ‘heat-and-eat’ products, or in your vegan section.

Ensuring your staff are across any new trends in the market, can help the success of your sales. What better excuse to sit them down for a delicious jackfruit taco lunch and train them up!

Once your customers understand how to use it and they taste how incredible it can be, Upton’s Naturals will be hard to keep on your shelf!

As media exposure continues to educate customers on jackfruit, you can also expect further sales growth.

Find the Upton’s Naturals range available now on our online shop.

Jam-Packed With Fruit, Not Sugar!


This delicious Just Fruit Spreads range is just that – only fruit!

Instead of packing in the sugar, Crofters have set themselves apart from competitors, offering a range that has no added sugar, but is instead sweetened with white grape fruit juice concentrate.

The brand confesses that it was technically challenging to create a range that comprises of 100% fruit ingredients, but with their Sicilian grape master’s methods, they’ve created the perfect texture and spreadability, without compromising colour or flavour across their range.

Customers will love all six delicious varieties – Wild Blueberry, Apricot, Strawberry, Seville Orange, Superfruit and Raspberry.

Crofters Just Fruit Spreads

The declining want for sugar

By refraining from adding sugar to their Just Fruit Spread range, Crofters have a hugely popular selling point to offer Australian consumers.

A recent Nielsen report identified that more than a third (36%) of Australian consumers wish low sugar/sugar free products were more commonly found in stores (2016). By using white grape juice concentrate to sweeten Crofters Just Fruit Spreads, the sugar content is a massive 30% less than that found in standard fruit jam.

This compelling reduction in sugar could drive your sugar-conscious consumers to no longer be afraid of mornings with sweet toast and drive them to buy.

Crofters key selling points

Adding no sugar aside, Crofters has so much to offer customers. Each Just Fruit Spread is certified organic, gluten free, non-GMO and has only 30 calories per serving, plus just a third of the sugar content that standard fruit jam contains.

They select a variety of high quality, organic fruit to create light, fruity flavours that’s not sticky sweet. Less sweetener also means that every jar of Just Fruit Spread is packed with even more amazing fresh fruit.

The range is very minimally processed, with the products sustainably sourced and transported. Crofters also have a vast range of recipes, encouraging consumers to be more creative than the regular use of jam on toast and use the Just Fruit Spreads to make tarts, marinades and more. Find their recipes here.

The multi-million-dollar factory

By investing in creating a state of the art factory, Crofters tripled their production capacity. This helps to keep their recommended retail price extremely attractive in the organic spread market across the globe, as well as ensure a steady supply and decreased chances of stock shortages for retailers.

In their old facility Crofters produced one million cases per year, now they can produce three million cases. Each case contains 25 units, which means they send out 75 million units a year! That’s a whole lot of Crofters fans!

The factory is located on the banks of the Seguin River at the mouth of Georgian Bay in Parry Sound, Ontario Canada. Set amongst inspiring surroundings, Crofters are reminded everyday why organic agriculture and sustainable choices are so important.


Since launching in Australia in July, Crofters has seen a lot of Aussie consumer interest. Add the range to your next online order.

If you need a login, please contact us or get started now on our retailer signup page.

Vegan Protein Patty Powers to The Top!


The latest product to be added to the range – Monica’s Mixes Protein Patty Mix has taken Australian consumers by storm and has quickly become the range favourite!

It’s not a surprise that this new product is selling so incredibly, being the very first and only of its kind in Australia.

The new Protein Patty Mix isn’t just full of protein, with a massive 18.4g per serve, but it’s also nutrient-dense, vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free and only requires water to be added.

The mix contains nutritious chia, flax, coconut and superior-quality pea protein.

High-protein, high-fibre patties in just 5 minutes flat – the mix is revolutionising vegan meat-alternatives!

The 400g mix is a very generous size, making 12 x 80g serves per packet once prepared! At just $14.95 RRP, that’s a tiny $1.25 per serve for a nutritious, speed-scratch meal.

There’s just too many USPs for customers not to want them.

Monica’s Mixes also successfully market their products to consumers by offering irresistible recipe ideas using the range. Check out their incredibly lip-smacking recipe library here. The Protein Patty Mix is no exception, with delicious recipes available for customers to experiment with.

Each recipe is selectively created by Author, leading Australian gluten-free Chef and face behind Monica’s Mixes, Monica Topliss, to ensure it’s nutritious, incredibly tasty and super easy.

The mix can be used to easily create vegan-friendly, delicious burgers, patties
or balls.

Customers can opt for her simple suggestions like these:

> Add grated carrot or zucchini to make the mixture go further and add a different texture.
> Add Moroccan spices and serve with yoghurt and warm flatbread.
> Top with smashed avocado, crumbled feta and sliced ripe tomatoes.
> Add some green curry paste and serve Thai ‘fish’ cake style with a sweet/spicy dipping sauce.

Or they can choose to follow one of her more structured, but still super simple, recipes.

Here are a couple of the most-loved recipes using the new Monica’s Mixes Protein Patty Mix.

Pasta Napoli with Olive Balls

Monica's Mixes vegan protein patty

Prepare the Olive Protein Balls
1 cup Monica’s Mixes Protein Patty Mix
1 ½ cup water
¼ cup chopped green or black olives

Mix all ingredients together, leave for 20 minutes.
Shape into 20 balls and shallow fry for 6 minutes, rolling to cook each side.
You can also cook balls in a moderate oven for 15 minutes.

Ready the Rest
Cook your favourite gluten-free pasta. Mix your favourite tomato pasta sauce with a tin of lentils. Add the olive balls.

Divide the pasta into two serving bowls. Top with olive ball Napoli sauce. Garnish with fresh parsley and cashew parmesan.

Portobello Protein Burger

Monica's Mixes Vegan Protein Patty


Make the burger patties 
1 cup Monica’s Mixes Protein Patty Mix
1 ½ cups water
Stems from 4 large, flat mushrooms, chopped.
Heat oven to 180C. Mix all ingredients together, leave sit for 10 minutes. Shape into 2 burgers.

Make the mushroom buns
Place the burgers and the mushroom stem-side-down on a tray. Brush with olive oil and bake for 15 minutes or until patties are cooked. Cool mushrooms on paper towel to catch excess moisture.

Build burgers
Start with a mushroom, add a protein patty and build it up… grilled eggplant and zucchini, vegan mayo, cashew cheese and loads of leafy greens. Maybe some avocado!

Find these, as well as many more recipes, using the new Protein Patty Mix here and share them with your customers to further boost sales of the in-demand Monica’s Mixes Protein Patty Mix!

Add this hot new product to your Unique online shop order here or if you’re a retailer that doesn’t already have access to our thousands of wholesale products, you can easily get started here.

The Bragg Family Tree


Paul Bragg and his daughter Patricia have been health pioneers for decades, providing iconic products from a family grown, internationally loved company, Bragg!
While huge celebrities like Katy Perry endorse Bragg which boosts demand, the solid support has always been thanks to the high-quality reputation that Bragg has built over the decades. Bringing back customers again and again is what they do best!

Staying true to providing exceptional health food staples, Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar continues to be our top seller in Australia and a top seller across the world. So, what is it that separates Bragg from other brands?

When asked to tell us a little more about why so many consumers love the brand, Bragg’s team was happy to share it all and even give Bhima our Purchasing Manager and Alyssa our Product Coordinator a tour of the picturesque Bragg farm in California!

So what was it that inspired the development of Bragg products all those decades ago? It was one huge positive that was built from an awful illness. As a young Man Paul Bragg was stricken with tuberculosis, which led him on a path of learning about natural healing. He dedicated his life to health crusading, giving lectures, writing books, and later developing healthy food products, including his famous apple cider vinegar.

Paul originated, named, and opened the first health food store in America.

It wasn’t always smooth, with a very bumpy start in the early days. There was very little education or even interest in nutrition by the average person when Bragg launched. Before TV and the internet, information was obtained by reading, radio or speaking events. The World Wars and rationing were on people’s minds, not nutrition, this was Bragg’s biggest struggle – spreading the word and educating.

Now as nutrition, health and transparency stick in the forefront of consumers’ food concerns and education is as easy as a google search or a scroll on social media, it’s all upward sales for the brand.

Why apple cider vinegar?

Paul C. Bragg came from a farming background and his father taught him that apple cider vinegar gave him the energy, immunity and cleansing needed for the physical demands of working in the fields. The first Bragg Live Foods products included Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, which is still the number one selling product of the brand’s today.

Since launching apple cider vinegar, Bragg continued to provide the world with high quality health food staples including apple cider vinegar drinks, popular liquid aminos, organic coconut liquid amino seasoning, olive oil and more.

The Bragg team explained that Patricia Bragg never wants her name on a product that contains harmful toxins, so you can assure customers that all products are GMO free and crops are sourced from organic growers. At the headquarters in Santa Barbara, the Bragg organic farm is certified organic. They use no pesticides or chemical cleaners and have multiple solar panels providing electricity.

A little more about the Bragg family farm

The Bragg farm sits in a canyon across from the ocean in Goleta, California. It’s a total of 110 picturesque acres and the site for all Bragg offices which are spread out between 3 buildings that surround a beautiful fountain. They also have a shipping and receiving warehouse, as well as a call centre on the farm.

Being at the Bragg farm, is like being in a tranquil paradise, a true reflection of their quality products. The farm is filled with all sorts of fruit trees in a lower and upper orchard and a man-made pond.

The Bragg team shared with us the love that Patricia Bragg has for roses, which explains why the farm is also filled with just about every rose you can imagine. Patrica has also filled it with stunning plaques and pieces of art that she’s collected over the years to beautify every corner you look.

Take a look at the Bragg farm photos here.

How is the famous Bragg apple cider vinegar made?

Fresh apples are used to make Bragg apple cider vinegar. The apples are pressed and the ‘mash’ ferments with the ubiquitous yeast, Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, producing alcohol which is then consumed by the bacteria, Acetobacter Aceti, during a second fermentation. Vinegar is the end product of the fermentations and is then aged for 2 to 3 months before bottled and sold as Bragg apple cider vinegar.
A motto Patricia Bragg loves to live by and spread is “You are what you eat, drink, breathe, think, say and do!” She doesn’t create products that she doesn’t use herself and isn’t proud to have under the Bragg family tree. She is a living and breathing testament to what the Bragg can do to keep your customers healthy and energetic! Check out the photos of when she visited Unique Health Products.

Discover more about the liquid gold of our industry and the history of Bragg here.

To purchase Bragg products you can easily sign up for a retailer account or if you are already a Unique customer, order online anytime.
Due to the extreme popularity of this brand and the time Bragg need to ensure a quality product, stock is not always guaranteed.

Please contact our friendly customer service team to ensure supply before placing your order.