"We are committed to a sustainable future and improving the well-being of our community by helping others and the planet by sourcing and promoting only quality healthy ingredients and eco-friendly products that contribute to a better and more sustainable planet - it is our belief, that small changes, multiplied by millions, can change the world."
House of Health Collective co-owners Chester and Rob Frank, Ivan and Alex Oulianoff have continued to be pioneers in the sustainability and healthy living space having championed zero waste and eco-friendly living for over 30 years in the Adelaide Central Markets separately through their families before merging in 2019 with a revamped stall and brand.
The collaborative venture was very personal for the Oulianoff and Frank families who have been in this business for generations and their shared passion for helping others through living a healthy lifestyle enables them to continue being dedicated to their mission of making living an eco-friendly and healthy lifestyle accessible for all.
L-R: Alex Oulianoff, Chester Frank, Ivan Oulianoff, Rob Frank
Awards & Accolades
- SA Gov: Plastic Free Champion Status - House of Health Collective
- 2020 The City Awards - Best Small Retailer - House of Health Collective.
- SA Gov: Plastic Free Champion Status - House of Health Collective.
- NASAA: Certified Organic Food Retailer - Central Organics
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A 'slower living' store designed with a mission to support the change to building a life based on the mindset of consuming less with a focus on sustainability, zero-waste, environmentally friendly cleaning, body and personal products.
House of Health Collective
The mecca of bulk wholefood options for the health-conscious consumer. From grains, beans, lentils, rice, flours, nuts, seeds, and dried fruits to superfoods and delicious health raw treats containing no dairy, refined sugar, or gluten, House of Health Collective have zero-waste bulk options covered.
Central Organic is the only store to visit for genuine Certified Organic Produce and Products in the markets. Opening for the first time as an organic retailer in 1972 - Central Organic is the original and still the best!
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GATHER ROUND, FOR A FRESH & ORGANIC CHRISTMAS!
Start a new holiday tradition with this fresh and delicious Fruit Christmas Tree recipe! If you are trying to find the perfect balance between a mouth-watering and healthy Christmas centrepiece, or organising a fun activity to do with the children, this recipe ticks all the boxes.
SERVES: A CROWD
TIME: 30-60 MIN
1 Ripe Pineapple
1 Apple (red or green)
2 Oranges (cut into slices)
3 Kiwis (diced into chunky sixths, with skin left on)
1 Punnet of Strawberries
1 Punnet of Blackberries
1/2 Bag of Green Grapes
1/2 Bag of Red Grapes
1 Packet of Bamboo Skewers
1 Packet of Bamboo Toothpicks
Slice the pineapple crown from the top as well as the bottom off. Then remove the skin of the pineapple to create the base of the tree.
Cut the top of the pineapple off, and use a star-shaped cookie cutter to create the star, then store it in a cool place to use later.
Place a bamboo skewer into the top of the pineapple, then slide the apple on top. Make sure to leave part of the skewer exposed as you will need this to hold the star in place.
Put the pineapple onto a wooden board or serving tray and position in the exact place you wish to have it displayed. As once the fruit has been added, moving your fruit Christmas Tree can be problematic!
Stick a few toothpicks evenly around the pineapple and on a slight angle. Then add the fruit, breaking any excess if necessary. We recommend starting with the larger fruits, such as orange slices, strawberries and kiwi. After these have been evenly placed around the pineapple, we recommend then adding the smaller fruits to fill in the gaps, such as grapes and blackberries.
Once all the fruit has been added to the pineapple and there no visible gaps, place the start on the top skewer (on top of the apple) and your Fruit Christmas Tree is ready to serve!
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