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Aussie farmers are indeed doing it tough in the devastating drought conditions and the team at Zest was very glad to do our little bit towards bringing in some relief for farming families and their...
A little while ago we met Eva, a local Melbourne artist, and ceramicist who was thrilled to share her passion for ceramics, and also very willing to work with Zest to produce a very special...
This week marks the beginning of Plastic Free July, how can coffee drinkers help Australia’s plight for a domestic circular economy? Zest’s in-house 'change-maker', Mandy DelVecchio (Social Media) takes a look at coffee-consumer habits and...
When Coffee Meets Milk: Zest’s Mandy DelVecchio pays a visit to local legends, Gippsland Jersey.“As the sun locks into magic hour we take a tractor ride up the hill to look down on the dairy...

Zest For Gippsland

05.06.18
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Victorians, what do you think of when you think of Gippsland? Does one thing come to mind? …one friend I asked simply said “nature”.Gippsland is vast. In girth and in yield.Visually, it’s inspiring. Which is...
Our quest to do our bit in the reduction of landfill continues, with the focus still on our hessian coffee sacks.Grab a sack and together we have reduced landfill, pat yourself on the back and...
Wurruk'an Tucked away in a quiet, semi-suburban/semi-rural street at the back of Newbourgh is a tiny house oasis (with a small Zest presence) that sparks the soul as soon as you enter the drive.
Our Gippsland roastery sees many beans in many bags pass through its warehouse doors. Bags shipped from across the world housing the amazing green beans we can find, beans that make up our specialty blends...
We think a lot about sustainability in the coffee industry – the sustainability of the farms, of the industry as a whole and always in the peripheral, we think about sustainability of our planet.But it...