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Beach Harvest is for sale!

Posted by Casey Willetts on

Beach Harvest Coconuts is for sale.

Our coconut baby is ready for a new owner.  We have new adventures on the horizon, and after 8 years and thousands of coconuts, it’s time for a change.

Started in 2013 to make healthy snacks for our kids, this business has slowly & organically grown every year.  From our early days of sharing our coconut chips at playgroups, to running a thriving work-from-home business, this business has given our family freedom and flexibility.  

We’ve been featured on ABC Landline, SBS, Channel 10, Women’s Weekly Magazine, ABC Radio, and many other prominent Australian media.

We’ve won awards, including the Delicious Food Awards, the “Cool Company Awards”, and were nominated for the “Innovation Award.”  And our famous Coconut Lime Cakes won the local CWA’s Annual Cake Competition.  Whoo hoo!

Our products are well known and well loved.

We have the flexibility to take 4-6 weeks off every year and travel.  

Multiple income streams including:

Online orders & recurring regular online customers

Thriving local & tourist trade at markets

Established trade relationships with local vendors

Wedding & Corporate events with equipment hire

We also have a great team of employees that have worked for us for years, and they can help the new owner transition seamlessly.

There is a huge opportunity to grow this business MORE online and locally.  


Sale includes:

Assets including stock, ingredients, manufactured bags

Intellectual Property including recipes, international trademark ownership, website, email list

Plant & Equipment including fridge, freezer, bandsaw, 10x dehydrators, Coconut Cart, 2x market set ups (tent, tables, tablecloths, display stands, umbrellas, signage), 18x storage boxes, slicer, Hobart mixer, electric coconut shaver


Price: $199,000


Are you the next Beach Harvest Owner?  Send us an email for more info



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