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Nornie Bero

Mabu Mabu

Nornie Bero is an Island girl - from the Komet Tribe of the Meriam people of Mer Island and was raised in the Torres Strait. As a professional chef for over 20 years in Melbourne and London, Bero is passionate about sharing the food culture she grew up with on the Islands.

She is the owner and executive chef of Mabu Mabu, a hospitality and food business in Melbourne that celebrates the fantastic Indigenous produce and flavours from across this big Island now known as Australia.

Through her retail products and venues - Big Esso at Federation Square and Tuckshop in Yarraville - Bero is on a mission to get native herbs, spices, fruits, vegetables, and sustainable meats in every Australian kitchen pantry.

Mabu Mabu's range of pantry items is titled ‘Kara Meta.’ In the language of the Meriam People of Mer Island in the Torres Strait, this means ‘my home.’

Their small-batch teas, spices, and sauces with Indigenous and tropical flavours are all made by hand and sourced from suppliers who are passionate about Australia's Indigenous food industry.


Mai Laine

Kylie, owner & founder of Mae Laine, creates the most aromatic and blissful bath products worthy of a high-end spa.

She uses locally sourced, non-toxic ingredients and creates small batches of handmade bath salts that leave your mind + body feeling completely relaxed.

Kylie carefully packs her eco-products in luxurious bespoke packaging. Her unique bath teabags promote natural wellness and healing, and they smell sensational. They’re perfect for a nice long soak after a hectic day or week. The products are gentle on the skin, calming, cleansing and luxurious.

Mae Laine is proudly Australian owned. All products are handmade in Wine Country, Hunter Valley.

We love how her bath teabags come packaged in a reusable calico bag. This means there's no cleanup required after a good soak.

We stock Kylie's aromatic bath teabags at One Kind Box. The salts inside the bag come specially packed for One Kind Box in plastic-free packaging.

Send someone on a relaxing bathtime journey with a gorgeous Mai Laine calico bag. They'll be in for the most blissful bathtime experience ever.

Maya Q.

Maya Muse Textiles

Maya Queenan has mastered the art of creating handmade and purposeful textile products with pure linen. Her designs are largely inspired by Australian botanicals and landscapes.

The pieces are timeless, modern, and designed for longevity. They are ethically and sustainably produced from materials sourced locally.

Maya Muse Textiles celebrates the time-honoured fabric printing technique called hand-screen printing. Her beautiful heat packs and tea towels are a testament to the effort and fine craftsmanship that go into making each Maya Muse product.

Mindful Foods

Healthy and plastic-free are the two words that describe Mindful Foods, a grassroots health food company in NSW. Their products are fantastic inside out.

Everything from their range of organic activated nuts to their small-batch made organic granola is fresh, wholesome and bursting with flavour.

Georgie and James, the culinary duo and brains behind Mindful Foods, have created a unique range of healthy indulgent snacks that nourish your being, allowing you to eat for both pleasure and good health.

Putting together the principles of food science and their love for cooking, they’ve come up with a range of tempting snacks, some that have become staples in many Australian homes. The best part is that they all come in plastic-free packaging! Just the way we like it here at One Kind Box.


Nina T.

Nina's Bees

In a market overly saturated with beauty products, only a few brands know how to do things differently and stand a cut or two above the rest. Nina’s Bees is one such skincare brand that continues to ‘wow’ us with its range of consistently high-quality products that work harmoniously with our bodies and the environment in which we live.

Nina Tverskikh, the founder of Nina’s Bees, is an apiarist who uses only the finest beeswax and honey from her apiary along with ethically and sustainably sourced unrefined oils in her skincare products. Her multi award-winning formulas are 100% natural, infused with unprocessed honey and made in small batches in the Blue Mountains.

They are natural, non-toxic, and hand-crafted to leave your skin looking healthy and radiant. Together with her organic beekeeping practices and association with Native Oils Australia, she creates safe, pure, and effective skincare products that work.

When it comes to being sustainable and treading lightly on the environment, Nina is a true eco-warrior. She makes every effort to reduce waste, contribute to a circular economy and protect dwindling bee populations.

What’s also great is that she keeps plastic out of her packaging and doesn’t hesitate to use recycled boxes to ship her products. The entire skincare range comes in easy-to-recycle aluminium tins, glass and cardboard. This is one buzzing business we are extremely happy to partner with!

Single 0

Not all coffees are created equal. We know because we found it incredibly difficult to find a local coffee supplier that ticked all the boxes for us. Our criteria? Fair-trade coffee crafted from ethically sourced and sustainably farmed beans, processed at solar-power run facilities, and then packaged in home-compostable materials.

Imagine our delight when we found Single O. We love them, their coffee, and their enthusiasm for tackling climate change. This company, founded by Emma and Dion in 2003, introduced the world’s first purpose-built chilled milk dispensing system, saving both milk and over 18 million plastic milk bottles from ending up in waste.

Their latest innovation - home-compostable coffee parachutes - are nothing short of extraordinary. They’re the same brilliant single-origin flavours made available in small chutes, ideal for enjoying a perfectly brewed cup on bush walks, weekend getaways, picnics, beach shacks, and you name it.

They never compromise on quality, sourcing their ‘speciality grade’ beans only from estates, family farms and coffee producers that maintain the highest standards, follow sound environmental practices, and produce high-worth coffee.

Single O is carbon neutral. They support 1% for the Planet and run their Roastworks on solar power. Simply outstanding!

Rosie Lou

Rosie Lou is an Australian family-owned and operated eco-stationery brand with a beautiful range of plastic-free seed packs, greeting cards and notepads.

Rosie Lou sisters Olivia and Camille are earth lovers, committed to helping people lessen their environmental impact through their unique range of witty greeting cards and seed packs.

Their paper goods are printed in Australia on 100% post-consumer recycled paper with vegetable-based inks free from heavy metals. Their beautifully designed colourful seed packs encourage you to get out in the garden, grow food, and connect to Mother Earth.

With their beautiful designs and witty puns, their seed packs help foster meaningful relationships. They're ideal gifts for birthdays, celebrating achievements and letting others know you're thinking about them.

The seeds are 100% untreated, chemical-free, and produced in Australia. They come enclosed in paper packets. Gift them to someone special or choose some for yourself to enjoy the many benefits of gardening.

Rosie Lou also supports the community by donating to several causes, including the Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease Support Group Network, Project Kindy and more. 

Tamburlaine Wines

You’ve probably heard of organic, sustainable, and biodynamic wines before, but did you know these terms can indicate whether the wine you purchase comes from an ecologically mindful winery or not?


We discovered this after spending a fair bit of time comparing wines, grape growers, and wine producers in NSW, attempting to find an environmentally conscious winery that upholds certain practices that are good for the grapes, the environment, and good for you! Our pick? Tamburlaine Organic Wines.

It wouldn’t suffice to say that their wines are out of this world. This winery consistently produces top-notch wines people love, and we have a feeling that the secret behind their success lies in their contemporary organic and sustainable farming practices.

Tamburlaine believes in creating exceptional drinking experiences. They’ve received organic certification and have extended it to all their farms in the Orange and Hunter Valley. What this means, in essence, is that they don’t use pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or synthetic fertilizers when producing wine. Elements like water conservation, solid-waste management, solar energy use, and water recycling also help them produce wines more sustainably.

Together with their organic farming practices and a team of incredible winemakers, they demonstrate their commitment to serving ethical wine consumers nationwide, including vegans.


If you haven’t already tried their fantastic collection of award-winning vegan-friendly and no added sulphur wines, you ought to stop reading this, pour yourself a glass of Tamburlaine and get sipping!

Tilda & Cacao

Tilda & Cacao is a small family business based in Gerringong, on the NSW South Coast. They are passionate about pioneering a chocolate artistry process that positively impacts everyone involved, from the consumer to the growers, the community, and the planet.

Their chocolate is plant-based, vegan friendly and free from additives, gluten and refined sugar.

They source their ingredients from sustainable and ethical growers and producers in Australia and around the world. The chocolate blends include ingredients such as finger lime, macadamia and Davidson plum.

Their amazing blends come sustainably packed in home-compostable films. The outer packaging is made in Australia from recycled stock, printed with plant-based inks and can be recycled or home composted.

They say it's the sweet, simple things in life that bring the most joy. These chocolate bars by Tilda & Cacao are one of those things. Spead some joy today and save some for yourself. Yes, we're still talking about chocolate :)

Explore the blends we stock at One Kind Box including Lake Salt Crunch, Hand & Wild Harvest, and Rainforest Rarity.

Under the Nile

Under the Nile are a premium organic baby clothing and toy brand that manufactures baby products in the most sustainable and socially responsible manner.

The company's mission is to enrich the planet and the lives of those connected to the business. They are the world's first baby clothing company to carry the Gold Seal of Egyptian Cotton.

Every product is ethically made at a certified Fairtrade facility in Egypt using 100% organic cotton. This means no chemicals or pesticides are used throughout the entire production process.

We love that their toys come stuffed with organic cotton that's safe for teething babies. They're plastic-free inside-out, soft, durable and ethically made.

Under the Nile is committed to investing in the planet and creating a better world for people. Through their manufacturing facility in Egypt, they create employment opportunities for both women and men, promoting gender equality and empowering women through training in career advancement.

Here at One Kind Box, we love stocking up on some of their bestsellers, including organic cotton baby wraps, washcloths, plastic-free cotton soft toys, and organic baby blankets.


We discovered XI LU - a talented group of women food artisans - at a local farmer's market in Sydney. Their speciality is premium homemade nougat, hand cut and hand-wrapped in Sydney.

We were so amazed with the quality, texture and flavours of their nougat bars that we joined hands with them to bring you some of their confectionary in eco-packaging.

They pour so much love into making each batch of nougat and wear big smiles on their faces as they hit the markets week after week with their unique collection of confectionary.

XI LU source their ingredients from premium suppliers in Australia and their nougat comes wrapped in certified home-compostable packaging. This is your chance to support women, support local and support handmade, so be sure to try a bar or two.