Our Jujube Farm

Find out how we grow our Jujubenate Jujubes!

Jujubes grown in Australia

JUJUBENATE fresh jujubes are cultivated with a commitment to stewardship and sustainability. We work to align with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and practices that create a balance for the planet and people.

We grow jujubes as a source of nutrition for health-aware consumers.  In a world where the supply and demand drivers on agriculture and global food sources are tough, we decided to use natural resources to grow nutrition.

With this commitment to growing nutrition, it is essential to have the science behind what we do so we have invested in scientific research and technology to inform us on the growing requirements of jujubes and the optimum time to harvest the best nutritional jujubes.

Our scientific research data tells us the best time to pick JUJUBENATE jujubes for you, and also how good they are for you!

Hand Picked Jujube Fruit


On-farm the jujube trees thrive under 6-metre-high environmental netting structures, increasing our water use efficiencies, reducing food waste, and delivering premium quality.

The tree rows have a 4-metre trellis system to utilise the full growing area, creating a sustainable use of natural resources.

Irrigation and soil moisture technology data support management in tree growth and reducing stresses to ensure the tree’s energy is channelled to produce nutritionally dense jujubes.

Our on-farm solar-powered packing and cold storage facility, certified HARPS, SEDEX, and Freshcare, reflects our dedication to sustainability and quality.

We strive to achieve environmental outcomes on-farm by planting native tree zones to create corridors and food sources for the endangered Regent Parrot, along with many other native birds who visit us each day.  The native tree zones also provide shelter for the kangaroos who love a lazy afternoon in the shade.



Our commitment to responsible practices and improving sustainability in all that we do is a journey of continuous learning, assessment, engagement, and improvement.


Be meaningful to United Nations - Sustainanble Development Goals

Food Waste

Engaging CSIRO to design products from waste


Responsible natural resource managers


Efficient irrigation and optimal use


Using and enabling recycled packaging

Solar Power

Facilities powered by solar energy


Improving sustainability


Fair Trade principles applied to the business and SEDEX SMETA certified


Providing opportunties and giving to the community


Being a constructive part of the circular economy