Introducing the Regenerative Produce Discovery Portal.

Showcasing Australia’s regenerative producers through a trusted network of partner organisations to simplify how buyers find produce.

Open Food Network has received funding from Macdoch Foundation to build a Regenerative Produce Discovery Portal to increase market demand and access to regenerative produce in Australia. We are doing this in collaboration with our network of regenerative partners to provide clarity and assurance in the showcasing of Australian producers participating in regenerative agriculture. The pilot Portal will be launched in April 2024.

What will the Regenerative Produce Discovery Portal do?

Showcase regenerative producers and their practices with assurance and transparency

Assist buyers to make informed decisions with trusted information

Help to navigate and understand the different approaches of regenerative agriculture

Best practice data sovereignty and interoperability for the sector

Build visibility of the regenerative sector and farmers leading the way

Backed by a network of partners
We are now collecting expressions of interest from potential partners, producers interested in promoting their business or buyers interested in participating in the pilot.
Express interest by entering your details below to stay up to date with the Portal development and launch.

The Regenerative Produce Discovery Portal project has been funded thanks to Macdoch Foundation.

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