Nature's Ancient Superfood

Welcome to Jujube Australia

BREAKING NOV18 – Mixed dried jujubes available for a limited time as stock levels are getting low!

At Jujube Australia we grow jujubes – a fruit that is delicious, ancient and nutritious. In its native China the jujube fruit is also known as Chinese date or red date. The fruit grows on the Ziziphus jujuba tree and tastes great fresh (crisp like an apple) or dried (sweet and chewy). And you can buy fresh and dried jujube from our Australian family farm right here.

Jujubes are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, with fresh jujubes containing around 500mg of Vitamin C per 100g of fruit. Little wonder the jujube is often labelled a superfood and even The Healthiest Fruit on Earth! The nutritious dried jujube is widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine too.

Our Australian-grown jujubes thrive in the brilliant sunshine of Mildura, close to the mighty Murray River. We pride ourselves on producing jujubes of premium quality that we dry naturally without any additives such as sulphur. 100% jujube – just as nature intended.


“I love these jujubes, I love it so much that I have passed your site to my friends and I know they too have place orders with you. These fresh date are crunchy and fresh. Thank you for growing such a nice food, really enjoying them and I am waiting on your dried date in April too.”
Anna, Sydney
“The jujubes taste great and so fresh and I am buying more for family and friends.”
Xia, Warrawee NSW


Recent News

  • More jujube health benefits revealed...
    More jujube health benefits revealed…
    Great to see more health benefits being published about the wonderful jujube fruit! Check out the link below:
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    2017 dried jujubes are here!
    Our 2017 jujubes are now available to purchase! After being dried to be just right, our nutrient packed jujubes are delicious and chewy...
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New Recipes

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    Jujube Tea
    Dried jujube is an essential ingredient in many traditional recipes and is particularly popular as a tea (known as daechucha in Korea). It...
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