Craig and Anne Arnott represent the fourth generation of their family to operate their vegetable farming business.

Known for supplying some of the freshest produce in Australia, Arnott’s Vegetable Farms produce up to 18 varieties of vegetables including Silverbeet, Chinese Cabbage, Pak Choy, Buk Choy, Spring Onions, Dutch Carrots, Radishes and Beets, as well as a variety of herbs.

They shared with us a little about their history, how their operations have evolved over time, their efforts to strengthen community connections during COVID and their involvement with the No Roads Foundation in Myanmar, proving the sharing of knowledge to be the most valuable gift of all.

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