Deep roots with agriculture and the ability to grow crops like no other in Australia are the very foundation of Harvest Moon. Founder Neil Armstrong and co-owner Mark Kable established Harvest Moon in 1981 and to this day, it remains one of the few privately-owned fresh produce companies in Australia, with operations in Tasmania, Victoria and Queensland.
"From our farms to your family, Harvest Moon is driven by commitment to fresh food.
‐ Mark Kable
Harvest Moon Tasmania grows roughly 60,000 tonnes of onions (brown, red and spring), carrots, beans, broccoli and cauliflower on a yearly basis; whilst the mainland branches in Victoria and Queensland source an additional 30,000 tonnes of produce from 80+ growers. The mainland production and logistics capabilities give Harvest Moon nation-wide exposure through markets and retail networks.
The cool climate of Tasmania, long growing season and beautifully clean water mean that crops stay in the ground longer to develop the full characteristics of the many varieties.
Quality of produce isn’t restricted to farming on its own, rather the quality of soil treatment and ongoing supervision of crops ensuring the planting and harvesting are done in the optimal time for the vegetables to truly deliver full flavour and intense colouring.
In addition to growing and marketing vegetables, Harvest Moon also develops a range of value-add and food service products in its Tasmania and Victoria production facilities. The team continuously engages in R&D to design relevant and on-demand products for customers and end users alike.