Meet the Producers

Gold Standards
ClemenGold International is an environmentally and socially conscious company that produces top-quality citrus fruit. Learn more about one of our trusted suppliers here
Al Nassma
Did you know Dubai is home to Al Nassma – the world’s first camel milk chocolate manufacturer? On a recent visit to its factory, we caught up with general manager Martin van Almsick to find out more about one of our favourite chocolate products...
Welsh Lamb
Sheep farming in Wales dates back to the 14th century and generations of proud and passionate Welsh farmers continue to raise some of the world’s best lambs on lush pastures. Meet one such producer, Wynne Jerman
Camelicious
We took a trip to the UAE’s state-of-the-art camel dairy to chat to the team at Camelicious about their pioneering products and processes
Homespun
Homespun's unique Quinoa Crunch granolas are gluten, wheat, dairy and refined sugar free - yet taste deliciously addictive! We chat to founder, Erica Sheehan, to find out more...
Fish Farm
Fish Farm is a pioneering local aquaculture company that supplies Spinneys with home-grown and organic sea bream, sea bass and now organic salmon...
Stanbroke
Spinneys sources all its Australian beef from Stanbroke - an exclusive producer and supplier
For the Love of Bread
Meet Rami Badawi, owner of artisanal bakery, For the Love of Bread. Rami's sourdough is free from sulphur, soya, chemicals, preservatives, sugar and dairy and are available in stores now!
VF Siciliano and Sons
One of Australia’s premium fruit growers, VF Siciliano has run its farming business, just north of Swan Hill in Victoria since 1954
Fruits Unlimited
In 2001 a group of fruit growers came together with the shared vision to grow and export the very best of South Africa’s produce
Stems Fruit
Founded in 2011, Stems, a South African stone fruit supplier, provides Spinneys with its excellent range of yellow fleshed peaches and nectarines
Dibba Bay Oysters
In the past, it was pearls that put the Arabian Gulf in the spotlight. Now, on the Gulf of Oman side of the UAE, it’s the oysters themselves that are attracting attention. Dibba Bay Oysters’ Ramie Murray tells us why