Coles grows support for Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation

with Coles Big Value Packaged Leaf Bags

Little girl standing in a garden and holding a basket

Coles is proud to support the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation in their mission to help young Aussies (and the cooks of the future) learn about fresh produce and foster positive food habits for life.

Together with our growers and suppliers, we are pleased to have donated $250,000 so far this year, with the funds directly assisting the Foundation in educating children through fun and hands-on learning experiences. 

From July 28 to September 7, Coles will donate 10 cents from every packet of Coles Big Value Packaged Leaf 280-300g bags sold directly to the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation. 

The Foundation educates students about growing fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs, with students having the hands-on opportunity to grow fresh produce and prepare delicious and nutritious dishes to share, supporting healthy eating habits for children.

With the support from farmers like Belinda Adams from Coastal Hydroponics in from Queensland and Tony Colotti from Brookwise in Western Australia, by picking up a bag of a 100% Aussie grown Big Pack Value Packaged Bags of Coles Baby Leaf Blend, Coles Baby Spinach or Coles Spinach and Kale today, customers can join in the mission to help the cooks of the future nurture positive food habits for life.  

Need some inspiration on how you can turn Coles Big Value Packaged Leaf bags into a delicious and winter warming dish? Check out the August edition of Coles Mag to find out.