Aussie Farmers Direct launches its Christmas range
Home-delivery grocery service, Aussie Farmers Direct, has launched its Christmas range for 2016.
To help celebrate the festive season, Aussie Farmers Direct customers can purchase an Entertainers Selection box which includes a variety of snack foods such as cheese, dip, fruit and chips.
Shoppers can also purchase a ‘Project Rudolph’ box which provides a family in need with everything they require to cook a hot meal at Christmas. The boxes cost AUD $45 and include a piece of roast meat, vegetables, juice, biscuits and Christmas cake.
Alongside Aussie Farmers Direct Christmas boxes, the grocery delivery service is Christmas themed Charlie’s Cookies, Christmas cake, seafood, nuts, trays of mangoes and other Christmas themed goods.
All products can be purchased through Aussie Farmers Direct online ‘General Store’ which it re-launched in August 2016 in an attempt to take on Australia’s big supermarkets.
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