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South Australia’s warm, temperate climate and good soils ensure we can harvest soil grown herbs of exceptional quality.

Fresh Please herbs are plump, leafy and full of flavour, available in bunches or convenient travel trays. Our travel trays are packed in Australia to ensure absolute product freshness.

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Sage is one of the most popular herbs that has been used since ancient Roman times. Sage has aromatic leaves with a grey-green, soft surface and fine hair-like filaments. Sage has a savory, slightly peppery flavour and is used in many European cuisines, notably Italian, Balkan and Middle Eastern cooking. 

Culinary Uses

It is important to note, that sage does not withstand the cooking process well with heat destroying its flavour and aroma. For this reason sage is almost always added at the end of cooking, just before serving. 

Selecting the best produce

The freshest, highest quality herbs, will appear as though they have just been picked with plump Look for produce that has healthy stems with no signs of yellowing or wilting.


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It is important that herbs are expertly handled during transportation. Herbs should be kept covered and away from refrigeration fans. 

Harvesting & Packaging

South Australia’s warm and temperate climate ensures year round production of quality, soil grown sage. Fresh Please sage is cut and tied into 200g bunches or packed into Fresh Please ‘travel friendly’ pre-packs.  Pre-packs are available in a range of sizes from 20g upwards dependent on your requirements.


Available all year round. 


Roasted Pumpkin Risotto With Kalettes And Sage
Roasted Pumpkin Risotto With Kalettes And Sage

This is a risotto where the hero of the dish is not the rice and instead more emphasis is given to the vegetables. This is a truly decadent risotto with a creamy pumpkin puree coating the rice, topped with chunky pieces of roasted pumpkin and crispy kalettes.


Sage is an excellent source of Vitamin K and a good source of iron, vitamin A and some fiber. 


Vitamin A is important for good vision, a healthy immune system, and promoting cell growth.  Vitamin A is also linked to assisting in the skins ability to repel bacteria and viruses as well as being recognized as being essential to overall eye health vision and may slow declining retinal function. 


Vitamin K is an essential nutrient which facilitates in normal blood clotting. Vitamin K also aids in the transportation of calcium throughout the body, and as such may assist in promoting good bone health, reduce the instance of bone loss, and decrease risk of bone fractures. It also may help to prevent calcification of arteries and other soft tissue.


Dietary fibre reduces the transit time of food in your gut, improving gut microflora with certain fibres helping to lower your blood fats. 

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