Upcoming Proteins for the Two Hands Marketplace

The Two Hands team is seeking to continue to aggressively grow the proteins and artisan ingredients available through our marketplace, so we can better meet your needs as a full service marketplace. All of these products would meet our existing high standards of being of competitively priced, high quality, Australian-origin offering, available to you direct […]

Two Hands in the News: Food Navigator Asia – 20 August 2020

Two Hands in the News: Food Navigator Asia – 20 August 2020 While Two Hands was initiated well before COVID struck, the growing repercussions from the pandemic only reinforce how incredibly relevant and timely our initiative is. In this article from Food Navigator Asia, they explore how demand has grown for transparency in food safety […]

Collaborating to bring you authenticated, sustainable seafood

Research has claimed that about 30% of seafood globally is mislabelled. Tragically, some of this mislabelling disguises the consumption of endangered species, not to mention unsafe food. To combat this, the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) and Two Hands are working collaboratively to address global food safety, mislabelling and seafood sustainability. Using blockchain technology and […]

Are you a ‘greenie’ or a ‘bluie’?

You are likely familiar with New Zealand’s green mussels and European black/blue mussels, but have you tried Australian blue mussels? Green mussels tend to be larger meatier and milder in flavour. They are smaller, less meaty and richer in flavour compared to green mussels. European mussles can often be a bit gritty due to their […]

Why doesn’t this lobster have claws?

Not all lobsters have claws. In fact, there are 45 species of Rock or Spiny Lobsters (compared to 30 of Clawed Lobsters), where the succulent meat is only found in the tail. “Nothing between here and Antarctica!” Paul Richardson, Abalone diver. Image supplied by Paul Richardson. Some of these rock lobsters grow in warm waters, […]