We’re what you might call a home-grown company — in more ways than one! For over 30 years we’ve operated as a family business. We have a long history in agriculture and together with the Australian farming community we grow the freshest, most flavoursome produce around. It’s a legacy of flavour perfection that’s been handed down through the family. From our founder Tony Simonetta right through to our 500+ staff, who share our passion for bringing you unforgettable, fresh flavours.
So we pursue flavour perfection. Since 1978, we’ve been traveling the world searching for produce that’s tastier. Blueberries that burst. Qukes® that sing. Mangoes that melt you, and tomatoes that somehow taste almost like sunset. And when we find the absolute best, we bring it home to Australia. To grow, perfect, share, and enjoy.
The crack of crisp Broccolini®. The deep red of raspberries. Fresh fruit and vegetables stimulate every one of our senses. But those who are passionate about produce know the truth: their most valuable gift is their taste.
We make sustainable practice the basic standard in everything we do. We aim to be environmentally conscious across all areas of packaging, products and processes. And operate in the safest, most considered way possible, so that our future — and yours — is secured.
Products and Varieties
We’re behind some of Australia’s favourite, freshest flavours. From Broccolini® — one of our greatest and tastiest field discoveries, to our coolest, crunchiest creation yet, Qukes® baby cucumbers.
Among our many claims to fame are our luscious, vine-ripened tomatoes, grown especially for you in all shapes and sizes, and our exclusive lines of blueberries, raspberries and mangoes — like a taste of tropical paradise.
Growing or Sourcing Region
From state-of-the-art packing and dispatch facilities in five states, Perfection exports directly to key markets including China, Korea, Malaysia, Hong Kong & Singapore. We ship from our growing regions via ports in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth, seven days a week, 12 months of the year.