• 1Products
    VegPro4 process a large variety of vegetables – to specification as and when our customers require them.
  • 2Process
    VegPro4 offers high quality, safe, fresh-cut vegetables. We are fully HACCP accredited, NASAA certified organic, and HALAL accredited processors.
  • 3Delivery
    VegPro4 operate a number of refrigerated pantech trucks which deliver daily into the South-East Queensland region. We also work with some major, recognized Australian refrigerated transport operators for our Interstate customers to again ensure delivery on time, every time.

Fresh Choices

Are you in a food business and need high quality, fresh-cut vegetables?

Call VegPro4 for a high quality, fresh solution delivered to your door.

VegPro4 provides a perfect solution for many food businesses – our clients include providores, airlines, pre-packed salad manufacturers, prepared meals manufacturers and meat processors – just to name a few!

With almost 20 years experience in vegetable processing, VegPro4 are known for producing high quality, value for money, fresh-cut vegetables.

Located in Boonah, in South-East Queensland, VegPro4 services customers along the eastern seaboard of Australia. VegPro4 work with growers from around Australia, as well as utilising produce from our own farms and local area growers, ensuring that the vegetables we process are always ethically sourced and fresh from the farm gate. VegPro4 can deliver fresh cut vegetables to you on time and to your specifications.

So contact us today to see what VegPro4 can do for you.


Growers in Australia’s largest winter cropping region have taken a blow of more than $100 million after Cyclone Debbie ripped through the Bowen Gumlu region this week. Bowen Gumlu Growers Association (BGGA) joined with Department of Agriculture and Fisheries to tour the cyclone ravaged farms once access became available on Thursday morning to estimate the extent of the damage. BGGA Continue Reading

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Heavy rain, particularly in New South Wales (Australia), combined with a cold winter have led to a tight potato supply. That has all had an impact on prices. One of the major upward movers in an otherwise soft Consumer Price Index result released on Wednesday was vegetables (up 12.5 per cent for the year and 2.5 per cent in the Continue Reading

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Australia is looking at a potato shortage due to floods cleaning out crops across the country and wet ground making it near impossible to plant more potatoes, meaning consumers will have to pay a small fortune for the starchy vegetable until at least February. It’s not good news coming into barbecue season, with potato salads and potato bakes likely to Continue Reading

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