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Trandos Tomatoes

Local and seasonal fruit and vegetables grown on a family-owned farm in Wanneroo, providing to both the public and Perth supermarkets.

    Details

    • Paddock to Plate:Farm gate
    • Home Delivery:Fruit & vegetable

    Description

    Trandos Tomatoes is owned by the Trandos family, who have been farming in Wanneroo for over 80 years. They grow tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, broccoli and much more. They supply major supermarkets and now direct to the public via their store in Neerabup. The business has evolved and today Trandos farm in Wanneroo is considered one of Australia’s premier hydroponic growers. 

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