Gold Coast's Leading Fruit & Vegetable Wholesaler

Experience The Coastal Fresh Difference

FRESH 
PRODUCE
We only source the freshest possible fruit and vegetables for our customers. Our buying power at SE QLD's farmer's markets means that you get the best produce at the best price.
FRESH 
TECHNOLOGY
We make life easy for our customers through our B2B ordering platform, which provides a user-friendly ordering system and a streamlined process for customers with repetitive orders.
FRESH 
PROCESSING
Our state-of-the-art processing facility includes the latest in water purification and UV sterilisation for improved and consistent standards of food safety.
FRESH 
FLEET
Our fleet of over 20 refrigerated vehicles (including a semi-trailer) maintains the cool chain right to your door, 7 days a week, 363 days of the year.
OVER 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE & SUCCESS
Established in 1995 by Coastal Fresh founder Lovrenc Bratina, David and his brothers all worked at Coastal Fresh.  David purchased Coastal Fresh when Lovrenc retired and has continued to uphold the family philosophy and traditions.

SUPPORTING LOCAL FARMERS

With the recent extreme weather events, it is more important now than ever to get behind our local farmers and ensure that they have a viable future.
We work directly with farmers throughout South East Queensland and Northern NSW to ensure they can supply the demands of our customers and receive fair prices for their produce. Best of all, this gives us the ability to provide our customers with a paddock-to-plate service that allows the end-consumer to enjoy the freshest fruit and vegetable the Gold Coast has to offer.

Download our App

Place your wholesale orders for fresh whole and processed produce with the Coastal Fresh ordering app.

Designed for quick and easy ordering on any mobile device, you can browse through the currently available products with the latest prices. You can also view the latest specials and create a list of favourites or just search for products by name.

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