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CELEBRATING 20 YEARS

 Dani Valent is a freelance writer with a focus on food.  Her feature articles and restaurant reviews appear regularly in The Age. Dani has just released her latest cookbook "In the Mix 2" a followup to her award winning cookbook: "In the Mix" that takes Thermomix cooking to a new level.

Click here for this months recipe by food critic and cookbook author chef Dani Valent

 

 

ABOUT US

Alligator Brand has been part of Australia’s vibrant restaurant and food scene since 1993.

We believe our pasta is as good as any chef is able to produce in their kitchen, offering a high quality product that can be tailor made to meet your needs, saving you both time and money.

We seasonally develop new flavors and combinations to create a bespoke product like no other.

We use fresh free range eggs, no preservatives, artificial colours or flavours.

HACCAP and Halal accredited, chefs rely on Alligator Brand for consistently fresh quality pasta.

And, our pasta is available to take home so you can enjoy that same experience at your own table.

We supply our fresh pasta to over 300 businesses via wholesale, retails and airlines including Qantas, David Jones, Costco, Thomas Dux and Alliance Catering.



EXCITING NEWS.....

We are pleased to announce our full range of award winning Pertutti retail packs are available at the following Thomas Dux Grocers across Melbourne.

  • Armadale
  • Black Rock
  • Glen Waverly
  • Port Melbourne
  • Richmond

www.thomasdux.com.au

 

Our Black Truffle Ravioli was recently named as a national finalist in the 2013 ABC Delicious Awards

There were over 3000 online nominations for the awards, so we are proud to be a finalist in our catergory.


Alligator Brand has been awarded an RSPCA 2013 Good Egg Award.

What is the Good Egg Award?

The Good Egg Awards celebrate companies that are showing leadership by sourcing or switching to cage-free eggs.

By sourcing eggs in a responsible manner and turning away from battery cage eggs, the Awards recognise the opportunity for organisations to make a positive impact to laying hens in Australia.

Consumers are becoming more conscious shoppers. Including animal welfare as part of organisations’ corporate social responsibility not only improves welfare, it also meets the growing expectations of customers.

The RSPCA is recognised as Australia's leading animal welfare charity and is dedicated to driving continuous improvement for farm animals through positive engagement with industry. The RSPCA is proud to partner with Compassion in World Farming to present the Good Egg Awards in Australia.

International winners say receiving a Good Egg Award and letting hens out of cages has made good business sense. Its boosted staff morale, improved brand image and reputation, and benefited
their bottom line.

Remember, every egg really does make a difference and together we can help get hens out of cages.

http://www.rspca.org.au/good-egg/

 

 

 

       

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