Earthy Eats, Launceston

Earthy Eats is the home of fresh, local and delicious food in Launceston. Stocking Rebel Food Tasmania nut butters (in all the flavours) and Tenebro Hommus aka T.Hommus


Unpacked Wholefoods

Unpacked Wholefoods in Kingston, is a bulk organic and wholefood market. Bring your own container and get fresh, delicious and healthy local food, and Rebel Food Tasmania nut butters in all the flavours.

Salamanca Market

Eumarrah Organic and Natural Food.

Pioneers of organic and natural foods in Hobart and Launceston, and stockist of Tasmanian farmed and made edible insect nut butters in both.


MONA Museum Shop

The shop that sells you on the dark, and not so dangerous is also where you can buy Rebel Food Tasmania nut butters. After you have eaten our fresh whole insects on their restaurant menu, take home your own jar of goodness.


Derby General Store & Providore

In the heart of the Blue Derby MTB trails is the Derby store that stocks all the flavours of edible insects nut butters to fuel you around the ever expanding MTB trails of North East, Tasmania. You can find them on the main street of Derby, not so much on-line, because that’s how they roll.


Palawa Kipli

Palawa means Tasmanian Aborigine, kipli means food in palawa kani the Tasmanian Aboriginal language. Palawa Kipli share Tasmania’s indigenous history and bring people together to enjoy our modern take on our traditional foods, including edible insects which is has a long and unbroken history in Australia’s indigenous food culture


East Coast Village Providore

East Coast Village Providore is the place in St Helens to find local food, and Rebel Food Tasmania edible insect butters. You’ll need some nutrient dense nut butter to fuel you while exploring the iconic beaches of the area, and the soon to be opened new Mountain Bike trails on the east coast of Tasmania


Salamanca Market. Gusto One, Stall 34

Salamanca Market is located on Hobart's waterfront and is one of Australia’s largest and most vibrant outdoor markets taking place each Saturday from 8.30 am to 3 pm.

Established 1972, it is Tasmania’s most visited attraction, growing from a small collection of informal traders to a beloved institution, described by many visitors as the “best market in Australia”. Look out for Rebel Food Tasmania edible insect nut butter blends at Gust One, alongside other specialty Tasmanian made and grown products.