Discover the range of delicious sweet biscuits - perfect for a sweet treat or afternoon tea. From buttery and light shortbreads, to the fabulous combination of coconut, golden syrup and oats of an Anzac Biscuit, right through to the warm spiciness and dark sweetness of gingerbread, to icing filled melting moments and the colourful joy of a jam drop - our range of biscuits showcase the best known flavours and exciting new combinations from Australia and the world. 


Australia's Largest Range of Gourmet Biscuit Brands

Grandma Wild’s

Is now a fourth-generation family business and carries on the tradition of baking biscuits to many of the same recipes created by our great Grand mother Annie Wild over 100 years ago. From humble beginnings in the Victorian seaside resort of Morecambe, in Lancashire Annie Wild ran a bakery shop and boarding house whilst being a full-time mother to three boys. Today’s business Grandma Wild's holds true to the traditional family values and commitment of its founder Grandma Annie Wild all those years ago.

Whittard of Chelsea

For more than 125 years, the Whittard of Chelsea Company has been developing innovative tea collections and expertise in flavours and blending, offering the best quality, refined products. Pursuing his passion for quality tea and coffee, Walter Whittard opened his first shop on Fleet Street in London, in 1886. He gave up on the family business of leather merchants and set out on a journey to source the finest quality tea, coffee and cocoa from across the globe. His creations met immediate success and Walter Whittard moved to the famous “Street of Tea” Mincing Lane, vibrant area for the tea trade in London back then. After World War II, the brand was established in Chelsea, hence the name we know of today: “Whittard of Chelsea”

Jen's Biscuits

The origin of Jen’s Cookies was driven by the passion of Jenny Freeman. Starting out of a kitchen in 1991, it was their objective to share their much-loved family recipes with the wider community. The business started selling their cookies at local markets, and it was here they realised the need for quality homemade cookies in the market place. The business has grown from these humble beginning to become one of Australia’s finest cookie companies Jen's Handmade Cookies is a 100% Australian-owned company.

Borgo de Medici

The Medici family ruled the city of Florence in the region of Tuscany from 1433 until 1756. Every time a Tuscan village or town was conquered by the Florentine Army, a stone stamp marker with the Medici House symbol was put in evidence on the wall of the town or on the city hall building and the village become officially a ‘Borgo de Medici” To honour this historic heritage, in 1999 Massimo Pugi and his family founded Borgo de’ Medici Delizie Toscane in Prato (Tuscany). Working with some of the best artisans, farmers and beekeepers of the region, he developed a complete line of authentic Tuscan fine food creating an ideal village (Borgo) of specialty foods.

Charlies Fine Food Co

Since 2004, husband and wife team Ken and Jacky have been producing glorious gourmet wholesale cookies for retailers and foodservice operators alike. With their commitment to creating the freshest and tastiest cookies every time, they have enjoyed achieving multiple awards and their goodies are consumed by corporate cookie fans, in the air on planes and in countless cafes and restaurants across the country. The Charlie’s Fine Food Co. philosophy is that you should take your pleasure seriously and the company lives by that motto every day.

Luken & May 

Luken & May are known for their delicate shapes and unique flavour profiles, the Luken & May collection of Butterburst Biscuits is crafted from premium ingredients to delight the senses.



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