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The Charming Squire Commits to Sustainability

Local and organic produce that has minimal environmental impact is increasingly becoming a priority for Australian diners and restaurants.

The Charming Squire is committed to supporting Aussie farmers who operate sustainable farms throughout Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

Executive Chef Deniz Coskun and Executive Sous Chef Nick Baker craft seasonal menus that focus on local produce. Deniz visits Brisbane markets each week to source fresh fruit and vegetables, while the herbs used in the kitchen are grown at The Charming Squire’s own farm in Pullenvale.

The restaurant also takes pride in serving ethically sourced meat. The Charming Squire’s own herd of beef cattle from Terranora are grass fed and raised in open pastures in the Riverine Region of Australia. Pork is sourced from two free-range Aussie farms.

All eggs that feature on the Brewer’s Pantry brekkie menu are sourced from 9Dorf, a fourth generation family-owned farm in the Lockyer Valley.

Those searching for environmentally friendly, ethical produce from the east coast of Australia should look no further.

Spread the word: green is the new black.

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