Thomas Dux is an Australian chain of gourmet grocery stores launched by Woolworths in 2008. It sells a range of local and imported fresh foods and grocery items. Products include fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products, artisan-style baked breads, oils and vinegars, pasta and sauces, condiments, prepared meals, chocolate products, fresh meat and fresh flowers. Thomas Dux specialises in organic, gluten-free, preservative-free and free-range foods. Local boutique suppliers include Saskia Beer, Maggie Beer, Simmone Logue, Herbies, Ornella, Phillippa's, Rowie's, Brasserie Bread, Phillippa's and Geoff Jansz. Fruit and vegetables are sourced directly from the wholesale markets in Sydney and Melbourne on a daily basis.
Woolworths launched Thomas Dux, an upmarket grocery store, in April 2008 and operated two stores in the Sydney suburbs of Paddington and Lane Cove.
In May 2009, Woolworths announced the acquisition of up to nine boutique grocery store leases from Macro Wholefoods, with the intention to rebadge the stores under the Thomas Dux brand. The first of the rebadged stores opened in August 2009.
From 2015, Woolworths has started closing some stores, with speculation that the entire chain may be sold or closed.