We are a farm-to-table café and we believe in providing healthy and nutritious food for our customers. To achieve this, we grow organic produce (vegetables, fruits, root crops, herbs, free-range eggs, chickens, ducks, sheep, and bees for honey) on our 30 acre farm in an agroforestry setting, which is rich in biodiversity. This was once an idle sugarcane plantation which we have converted into a productive farm over the last 11years.
We currently work in partnership with NGO’s for agriculture, such as PARDI, as well as government, using our farm venture as a demo property for educational tours, inspiring organic farmers, families and children. Apart from continuing advocacy for sustainable food systems and its positive social impact, our vision for 2030 is to take a ‘back to nature’ adventure trekking idea to remote Udu Point, Vanua Levu (2nd largest island in Fiji), which will directly aid 10 local villages. In addition, we intend to take Bulaccino abroad to give our local talents international exposure.
A Small Business Agenda
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