SUSTAINABLE PREMIUM PRODUCE
Caring For Our Planet
From the pristine waters of Robbins Island Wagyu Farm, Tasmania in Australia to the abundant tea farms of Uji, Kyoto in Japan, Calia believes strongly in preserving the earth and its resources for our future generations. In order to promote sustainable practices, we have developed sustainability policies to ensure we maintain the highest level of sustainability within our operations, whilst balancing the need to satisfy our customer's requests. We are committed to promoting change and sustainable purchasing and production methods, so we can help you do the same.
Robbins Island in Tasmania, Australia where Calia sources its Wagyu (Picture: Robbins Island Wagyu)
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY POLICY
Calia works with farms both locally and internationally after conducting a rigorous quality assessment of the environmental credentials of the farm and with farmers who share the same environmental sustainability values of Calia. Calia works to support local farmers as well as providing support where necessary to ensure only the highest quality and most sustainable methods are used to harvest and gather our products.
Calia views environmental sustainability as its number one priority and does not condone the use of chemicals or artificial additives in its products. By purchasing Calia products you can be assured that Calia is working with its farmers to make a greener and healthier earth.
Tea farm in Uji, Kyoto, where Calia Matcha Powder is harvested
Hokkaido, Japan, where Calia sources some of its freshest seafood that is air-flown to our chefs.
All Calia products that require Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) certification, have been granted CITES import and export permits. Calia believes strongly in environmental sustainability and will not sell products from endangered species of flora or fauna.
Yarra Valley Caviar Farm in Victoria, Australia where Ikura (Salmon Roe) for Calia is farmed