ORGANIC CAFE + STORE
Be Free Organics
Be Free is an upbeat cafe and store in Subiaco. We aim to provide as much variety and choice as possible for all things certified organic, wholesome, healthy and sustainable. Bringing you great vibes with all-day brunch, coffee, smoothies, fresh cold pressed juices as well as ready made grab and go meals all carefully curated by our chef and baristas.
Check out our store that offers gift items, sustainable products, organic skin care and body products, a wide range of pantry items and zero waste items.
We’re a happy and calming meeting place for all.
100% ORGANIC MEALS
Be Free Organics specialises in creating meals using only the best organic ingredients, with a strong commitment to enhance our environment.
The benefits from eating organic foods are endless! As we supply optimal nutrition to our body, we promote our own health into wealth and happiness.
Our priority is to make meals with maximum nutrition. Alongside this, our recipes are also focused on making our meals affordable, tasty and convenient. Every possible step is taken to make sure our meals are the best for you!
WHY DO WE ONLY COOK WITH ORGANIC INGREDIENTS? AND ONLY SELL ORGANIC PRODUCTS?
IT IMPROVES OVERALL WELLBEING
Organic is hands down the best choice if we want to put the healthiest foods into our bodies. We can provide our bodies with substantially more vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, and nutrients by solely eating organically grown food.
NO CHEMICALS OR GMO'S
Eating organically grown food is the only way to avoid the cocktail of chemical poisons present in commercially grown food. They also cannot be genetically modified in any way, so they are perfectly how nature intended them to be. Choosing seasonal organic produce is the only way to be sure that the foods that you put into your body are the best that they can possibly be.
IT PRESERVES NATURE
Organic farming benefits go beyond the food and into the field. Organic fields and farms typically contain on average between 26%-42% more species than fields managed using conventional methods. With respect to pollinators such as bees, it was up to 50% more.