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Keeping it Local

The seeds of Eastcoast Foods and Beverages first began growing in 1965 at Kulnura on the NSW Central Coast when Salvatore Lentini picked and packed fresh fruit for Flemington Markets. Years later, when it became less profitable to produce juice derived solely from fresh fruit due to the governments decision to remove tariffs on imported juice concentrate, the family seized the opportunity to create their own niche market by squeezing citric fruit juice made entirely from 100% fresh fruit.

Today East Coast Foods and Beverages is a third generation Australian family business that employs more than 25 Central Coast staff while also sourcing and using only wholly Australian produce in every part of the production process whenever possible.

Fresh Oranges, Grapefruits, Lemons and Limes!

eastcoast1 Grown and harvested from the family owned and operated orchards in Kulnura NSW. As well as squeezing these plump and juicy fruits to make our Eastcoast Juices, we supply fresh citrus fruits to retailers on the Central Coast and beyond. Our three generations of citrus fruit farming experience means that you can rely upon premium grade oranges, grapefruits, lemons and Limes while supporting the local Central Coast farming industry. eastcoast2 eastcoast3 eastcoast4 eastcoast5

From Kulnura on the Central Coast – the source of Eastcoast Spring Water

An Aboriginal name, Kulnura means “Up there in the clouds” and refers to the high altitude Central Coast location. Situated 100 feet above sea level, pristine spring water flows through the Australian mountains that Eastcoast Springs are fortunate enough to call home. Bottled at the source, Eastcoast Spring Water is naturally filtered through layers of sandstone, resulting in refreshingly pure Australian spring water. And if you enjoy a few bubbles, our Lentini Sparkling Mineral Water will invigorate you with its naturally fresh taste.


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