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Lambruk Pantry is a family-owned local gourmet providore based in the heart of the Byron Shire. If you’re looking for something classy, that’s also healthy and made right here, they’re right on the mark. 

They have a huge range of hampers at different price points, some of which even come with wine. There are categories of nibbles, sweets, drinks, snacks and herbs and spices, with everything from a simple jar of strawberry sauce for $14, up to a luxe hamper for six, with wine. Plus, you can add chocolates, sweets, coffee, cheeses – the options are endless.

This makes Lambruk Pantry products ideal to bring out at a picnic with friends, at your dinner parties, when you’re lazing around on the deck, or as a special gift for someone.

They create their own range of condiments and hampers using house-made products sourced locally and beyond. Products from their own label include sauces, chutneys and relishes, all made with no ‘nasties’ and low sugar.

Owner, Paige Brierley, is strongly inspired by loving memories of cooking with her nonna and aunty, from whom she learnt many skills, as well as igniting the joy of being creative in the kitchen. Her memories and passion, along with a desire to improve her health, are the material from which Lambruk Pantry was born.

Having a specialised, handcrafted inventory, sourced locally where possible, but always from within Australia, is a strong ideology that the business is operating within. The entire range is wholly produced in the Mullumbimby Industrial Estate by Paige herself, her mother and an apprentice. She says that when you keep the business ‘boutique’, you have a good idea of the quality of what you’re producing – they only make ten kilo batches of any of their products.

The Lambruk Pantry hampers are a concert of goods from local food producers and are created with many different occasions in mind. Personally, I liked the sound of the Blossoming Beauty Hamper, or perhaps the Gourmet Lifestyle Hamper – how sweet it would be. There should be a hamper called, ‘I like lazing around with friends pretending I’m at a holiday house hamper’, with lots of wine! For the truly lazy, or those with holiday guests coming, the good news is these hampers can be delivered throughout the Byron Shire and the near Gold Coast.

There are also a couple of gluten free hampers and a Lambruk sample hamper for giving all of the products a test drive. 

Being small-batch and house-made, the condiments are not going to taste like the same-same jars of big makers found everywhere. The Lambruk Pantry has an intention that its products are for sharing with loved ones and, being inspired by love, they might just hit the mark.

Ph: 02 6684 1066

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