Our freshness guarantee means our store is filled with produce that lasts ensuring you and your family have nutritious, crisp and delicious produce all year round.
Our buyer is dedicated to sourcing fresh produce from local growers and farmers from around the globe. From the familiar to unusual we guarantee to excite anyone’s taste. Partnering with small and large farmers enables us to bring you the most extensive and plentiful range of seasonal, farm fresh produce every day of the week.
Herdsman Top Picks
Mangoes, nectarines, peaches, plums & apricots! The taste of summer. Available on our shelves during the summer stone fruit season. View our range in store The Herdsman 9 Flynn Street Churchlands WA...read more
New season Albany Asparagus has arrived and now is the best time to enjoy it. Our favourite way to eat it is wrapped in a good quality prosciutto, drizzled with olive oil and a pinch of salt for baking in the oven. An incredibly good source of soluble and in-soluable...read more
Fresh juicy watermelon from WA is now available in store for Spring. There’s nothing better to dig into on a hot day, the kids will also love it as an after school snack. Try our watermelon pizza idea as a special treat: Cut watermelon into pizza-looking...read more
The ideal breakfast booster for adding both sweetness and extra vitamins to start the day. Blueberry Chia Puddings, Blueberry Porridge, Blueberry Pancakes, Blueberry Smoothies- the possibilities are endless! The blueberries in our aisles right now are ‘Oakford...read more
Field mushrooms are great for serving stuffed with a filling or are the perfect match for a mixture of herb butter, garlic and thyme in a roasting tray. An extremely versatile veggie that’s good for any meal of the day. Due to the large size and rich flavour,...read more
In 1939, northern Greek immigrant Dimitrios Trandos established the Trandos Farms business on land in Wanneroo just north of Perth. Today, three generations later, West Australian Corn Growers has become the largest grower of sweet corn and beans in Western Australia....read more