Spiralz Fermented Foods is named as one of the six finalists of the Mars - Seeds of Change Accelerator program.

Spiralz owners Michelle Amor and Tracey Rochford create gourmet fermented foods. They use traditional methods to ferment without the use of any starter culture or preservatives. The range is organic, vegan, free of gluten, dairy and nuts.

Their products are widely sought after for their probiotic and gut health benefits. They will be offered funding of $40,000, tailored growth strategies, opportunities to learn and be mentored by industry leaders, and to have access to expertise to accelerate the growth of their business.

With more than 200 businesses from around Australia applying to be a part of this popular program designed to help early-stage food-focused businesses build a sustainable future by fast-tracking their growth, having three regional NSW businesses in the final 15 highlights the calibre and high level of innovation evident in our local food sector. 

The program has been designed to help early-stage Australian food-focused companies fast-track growth and build a healthier and more sustainable future. Each chosen start-up will receive a grant of up to $40,000 as well as a tailored mentoring program to help tackle their biggest challenges for growth.