Langhorne Creek – South Australia
Growing on the rich black alluvial plains of the Bremer River, Langhorne Creek, nestled amongst the vineyards you will find the home of the largest Horseradish farm in Australia… Newman’s Horseradish!
Family owned and operated and proudly South Australian! Newman’s Horseradish was originally established in 1925 by Fred Newman at Tea Tree Gully SA.
The business was purchased by JA Meakins and family in 1947 and continued to operate out of the original premises’, but with business booming and more land required, Brian Meakins, son of JA Meakins decided to make the move to Langhorne Creek in 1985 and expand his business.
Brian Meakins along with his wife Anne have continued to grow the business using the original recipe.
Brian and Anne together with their staff carry out all stages of production on site and have now expanded their range of products to include a beetroot relish, horseradish dip and mustards.
Traditionally used with meat as a condiment but the options of where to use horseradish are endless! Add it to your sauces, dips and salad dressings to name a few. Horseradish is full of vitamin C with many people eating in its raw state to help relieve colds and sinus congestion.
This business is a true example of value adding and has now entered into their 70th year of producing SA’s leading horseradish products.