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Covid Info

We are COVID-19 safe and are continuing to operate with the health of our customers and team as our #1 priority!  The delivery fee of orders within a 20km radius of our Petersham store will be waived automatically at the checkout during the 2 week lockdown between 26th June and 9th July. If this does not automatically apply to your cart, it means you are not within the radius - Shoot us an email if you'd like us to see what we can do! All deliveries during lockdown will be made by us to ensure we are confident that we...

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Business Directory

There are so many different ways to enjoy food, and there are so many creators within our industry. We are big believers in collaboration over competition which is why we have put together a business directory of platter makers from ALL OVER THE WORLD!

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The Makers & Their Cheeses - Kate

Hello lovelies! My name is Kate and I am so grateful to be living this cheesy life and to be a part of thePlatter Up Co GANG! I have been a part of the Platter Up Co team for almost a year now. You will find me plattering up, assisting in creating our grazing tables too or just giving Katelyn and Hani andhelping hand. I love being able to show my creative side when creating platters and grazing tables.My favourite part is seeing a platter or graze come together and adding those finishingtouches with beautiful and colourful edible flowers, delicious...

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Spring 2020

Spring Fruits     Happy September everyone!   We're finally out of the winter and heading into warmer weather which means it's time for an aperol spritz (or four), picnics in the sun and a new season of fresh produce. Expect juicy Australian citruses, stone fruit and some berries which, coincidentally, all pair f.a.b.u.l.o.u.s.l.y. with a wedge of cheese. We love to include the best quality seasonal produce in our platters, so you can expect to see a lot of the following popping up (I can smell the peaches already).   Cherries, lemons, mandarins, nectarines, oranges, peaches, plums, strawberries  ...

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