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Roogenic – Kakadu Plum


SILVER + Editor’s Choice

Roogenic Kakadu Plum (Gubinge) is sourced from the Nyul Nyul community in the Dampier region of Northern Western Australia, as well as the Marrithiel Group and the Dak-Djerait community in the Northern Territory. It boasts the highest natural vitamin C content globally.

Made from excellent ingredients. 100% wild harvested Kakadu plum.
Roogenic is an Australian-owned brand offering naturopath-formulated wellness products made with wild-harvested native ingredients. The brand uses organic and all-natural ingredients and donates 10% of its profits to indigenous growers and community organizations, making its products good for people, the planet and the community.
Roogenic champions sustainability by offering a 100% Biodegradable Tea & Bushfood range, reducing plastic used in all postage by 90% in 2021, introducing lighter-weight packaging to reduce shipping carbon footprint and sourcing native ingredients sustainably from Indigenous growers.
Roogenic is committed to supporting Indigenous growers, with 58% of their native ingredients sourced from these growers and $1.2 million in bush foods purchased from them to date. In addition, 10% of their profits are donated to Indigenous growers and community organizations and their team participates in annual volunteering at Reconciliation Australia locations in Western Australia and New South Wales.

Product reviews from our experts…


As a Naturopath I understand how important Vitamin C is when it comes to immune function and keeping kids well through the winter. I love that this is a native ingredient that contains high levels of naturally occuring Vitamin C and has a neutral taste so is easy to get into children (my daughter loves it).

I also like that Roogenic is committed to supporting Indigenous growers and that they donate 10% of their profits to indigenous growers.

–Jess Donovan


I enjoyed the tart flavour of the Kakadu plum. I’m also impressed that the brand uses organic and all-natural ingredients and donates 10% of its profits to indigenous growers and community organizations.

–Katherine Hay


I love that it’s sourced from indigenous communities in Australia and has biodegradable packaging. It is a great simple product. Biodegradable is important and packaging that isn’t over the top.

–Lucia Rivas-Herry

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