Grown the Right Way.
At Amara Mushrooms we are passionate about producing food which benefits community, economy and environment.
In today's climate of industrial organics, misleading marketing claims, and complex supply chains, it can be difficult to distinguish between good, honest and responsible food and those just claiming to be.
That is why we have a policy of complete transparency. Because you, as the consumer, should have the right to know exactly what is in the food you prepare for you and your family.
We believe in living food, as close to its natural state as possible. All of our mushrooms are 100% grown in Denmark, Western Australia with fresh UV filtered rainwater, locally sourced substrates and natural sunlight.
By taking advantage of a circular economy, low tech cultivation techniques and local supply chains, we are able to offer you great tasting mushrooms that are healthier, more affordable and have a lighter environmental footprint than other commercial mushroom farms.
To ahere to these values and to guarantee the best quality product, all of our production process steps have been bought in-house. From a mycelium culture in the lab, all the way up to harvest, processing and product packaging.
When it comes to doing business, we are of the view that environmental sustainability should not be a secondary concern. Using conventional methods, mushroom farming is not very environmentally conscious, using large amounts of energy (around 2200w per kg on average) and in the case of Hiratake mushrooms, producing vast amounts of plastic waste. By using solar power and smart production techniques, we have completely eliminated plastic waste in our growing process, while reducing non-renewable energy to around 20% of the industry average. Our farm is zero waste, producing nothing but nutrient rich Hiratake mushrooms and soil cleansing compost.
Our aim is to constantly develop new and innovative prototypes to enhance local food production. Integrating farming with healthy ecosystems to produce clean nutrient dense food, while also creating employment opportunities for young people in regional communities.