You may be surprised to find there is more to The Greener Grocer than just fresh local produce, you can find all your shopping needs here.
In fact, for the top 200 lines, they are competitive with other major shopping chains.
Being part of The Greener Grocer network not only means leveraging buying power to keep the prices low but there’s also flexibility to stock the very best of local produce.
There have been some exciting developments at The Greener Grocer including recently teaming up with The Butcher Co.
Oakland Estate developer James Robinson says it’s all about providing a bespoke meat service and steering away from mass-packed produce.
You may have already visited The Butcher Co at their Kalbar and Boonah stores, where they have built a solid reputation for supplying quality meat.
“We try and get the best local produce as we can,” says Kane Lutter, owner of The Butcher Co. “Being with The Greener Grocer is a really good fit for us.”
Mr Robinson says this is just the first step in creating a more co-op style environment.
We're bringing back old-fashioned butchery service but coupled with supermarket convenience.James Robinson
Do you have a big ute? Or do you come to town with your trailer? With extra large parking spaces, you’ll find the room to park, and is often why you’ll find a horse trailer or two in the parking lot.
It’s also just one of the reasons it’s the stop of choice for grey nomads stocking up with supplies for their travels.
At the car wash
The first car wash in Beaudesert has opened and it’s a beauty. It’s got all the bells and whistles and is 2.4 metres high, so it can wash the bigger utes.
The car wash also utilises the latest in washing technology to give a better clean whilst minimising water consumption.
The shopping precinct also features Star Liquor, Caltex and a fish and chips shop and to celebrate the opening of the car wash they have a special offer this month. When you spend more than $100 with any of the Oakland Estate Shops you get your first car wash free.
Don’t miss the Grand Opening Sunday, August 19.