Harris Farm Markets adds to network on Sydney’s North Shore

HarrisFarmMarketsLindfield-frontentrance(3)Family-owned Harris Farm Markets has continued to grow its presence on Sydney’s north shore, launching a new store in Lindfield.

Harris Farm now operates 21 family-owned stores and two regional concession stores in the NSW, with Lindfield the fifth for the north shore alongside Willoughby, St Ives, Cammeray and Mosman.

The grocery chain said the new store will boast its largest meat selection of any Harris Farm including produce Cape Grim grass fed Tassie beef; Pialligo award winning small goods; Hazeldene’s free range RSPCA approved chickens and Valenca’s free range pork.

Sydney Fresh Seafood, which Harris Farm said had been ‘overwhelmingly popular’ at its Manly, Drummoyne and recently-renovated Potts Point stores will also be stocked; as well as bread from organic sourdough bakers Infinity Bakery.

“At Harris Farm Markets, we pride ourselves in supplying communities with the freshest fruit and vegetables, supporting farmers and sustainable suppliers,” said co-CEO Tristan Harris.

“We are excited by the opportunity to expand our offering within the North Shore and look forward to welcoming the community into the new Harris Farm Markets Lindfield store.”

The Lindfield store will also introduce ‘Single Herd Milk On Tap’, an initiative that sees a regular rotation of different single origin milk herds made available to customers, with farmers featured receiving an additional 30 percent return above regular milk gate prices per litre. 

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