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Guide: Ten Local Heroes

Here are ten top companies we love who love the environment.

The Locals Market Since 2013, Talia Smith has run a produce and flower market, at first atop her mum’s apartment rooftop in Potts Point but now atop our very own Paramount House. Before this she was a chef, and was relentlessly disheartened at how hard it was to source local produce. “I really wanted to personally connect with farmers and know where to find what I wanted, the dream being to buy some land one day and grow my own.” Thus, the launch of The Local Harvest Collective, which takes online orders for beautifully packed calico bags of fresh fruit and vegetables, all sourced directly from local Sydney farmers and ready for pick up on Saturday mornings. True to the cause, customers only receive one calico bag at the start and must remember to bring it back each week!

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