Hill Farm Preserves makes artisan condiments and preserves in north-west Tasmania from natural ingredients. We don’t add any preservatives, colours, or artificial flavours. Our premium products are made in small batches and labelled by hand.
The product range includes seeded and paste mustards, jam, marmalade, chutney, relish, jelly, fruit paste, apple cider vinegar (original and flavoured) and GM-free cold-pressed canola oil (original and infused). All our product labels feature hand painted work by a local Tasmanian artist to capture the beauty of the ingredients we use.
The Hill Farm brand has been gracing retail shelves for many years. Karin Luttmer is the third owner, having purchased it from Carolyn Nichols in early 2016.
Born in Israel, Karin moved to Australia with her English husband in 2000. They had met when he volunteered in her kibbutz, and married soon after. Boat Harbour became their home in 2004, joining her husband’s family in the north-west Tasmanian coastal town. Karin worked for several years with Carolyn before purchasing the business. Many of the original recipes are still under production today, as well as new ones created by Karin.
Hill Farm Preserves products are distributed throughout Australia, have been exported to Japan since the early 2000’s and expanded into South Korea in early 2017. We also work with Brand Tasmania Ambassador Tetsuya Wakuda to make unique wasabi mustard for retail under his exclusive label.
As soon as payment for your order has been received, your delicious goodies will be packed securely in a box and sent using Australia Post Regular Delivery service. There may be short delays in sending your order if items are not in stock, however we will let you know when it has left the Hill Farm Kitchen. Please allow 5-7 working days for your package to arrive.
Every care is taken to ensure your order arrives in the condition it was packed. If something happens to your order in transit, please take photos as soon as you receive or open your package and email them to us immediately so that we can respond appropriately.