Harris Farm Markets

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Harris Farm Markets
Industry Retail: Fruit, Vegetables and Groceries
Founded 1971
Founder David Harris
Headquarters Flemington Markets, New South Wales, Australia
Number of locations
25 [1]
Key people
Angus Harris (Co-CEO)
Luke Harris (Co-CEO)
Tristan Harris (Co-CEO)
Catherine Harris (Chairperson)
Number of employees
2000+
Website www.harrisfarm.com.au

Harris Farm Markets is an Australian grocery chain with 25 different locations in New South Wales plus a butchers store in Willoughby. The supermarkets specialise in fruit, vegetables, delicatessen and other grocery items. They are Australia’s biggest individual retailer of fruit and vegetables and promote 'odd-shaped' fruit called "Imperfect Picks".[2]

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Harris Farm Markets was established in 1971, with a single shop in Villawood, New South Wales. In 2010, David Harris, the founder, was preparing to pass on leadership of the business to three of his five sons who work in the business.[3] Harris Farm Markets was the first Australian fruit and vegetable company to open in a supermarket style operation. Other Family Members in the business include Angus Harris (Co-CEO), Luke Harris (Co-CEO), Tristan Harris (Co-CEO) and Catherine Harris (Chair person).

Harris Farm Markets stock fruit and vegetables, cheeses, deli items, and gourmet groceries. The online delivery business has the highest customer rating on productreview.com.au for major supermarket chains in Australia. The newest Harris Farm opened at Westfield Bondi Junction shopping centre on 25 August 2016.[4]


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