About Us

How we went from selling products at local markets, to a multi award winning small business...

Established in 2013, our family business was created after I left corporate life to spend more time with Josh and to follow my passion for great  food, cooking and entertaining.

Josh's gluten intolerance led to the creation of Josh&Sue, an artisan product range that was free from gluten, preservatives and additives.

When our recipes were perfected and the last jar sealed shut, Josh and I loaded up our car and spent every weekend selling our wares at local markets.

Fast forward a few years and Josh&Sue is now producing more than thirty-five, award-winning relishes, chutneys, jams, marmalades, salts, dukkah and more!

We are proudly 100% Australian owned and operated.

Hi! My name is Sue

Owner & serious foodie

I love to entertain and try new cuisines, and I'm often found in the kitchen trying a new recipe or creating something from scratch. A fantastic home cook, food entrepreneur, and mother

I am the architect of our Josh&Sue Range everything has been created by myself and the team, to bring to life the best all natural ingredients  they can find to create the artisan range that is Josh&Sue Gourmet Selection.

My favourite product is Raspberry Vinegar lightly sprinkled on a garden salad or used to marinate berries for dessert.

Mum to Josh

Josh started working alongside me when he was just 10 years old. He loves chatting to our customers at markets and is always the first one to sign up for taste testing. His favourite product is our Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam which he loves on freshly baked scones. 

Why choose us?

Josh&Sue is not just our livelihood, it's our passion!

We oversee every step of the production line to ensure the best quality and consider our customers and suppliers to be part of our extended family.

  • Award winning
  • Australian made & owned
  • Small batch production
  • Truly homemade taste
  • no preservatives or additives
  • gluten free
  • vegan & dairy-free options
  • crafted in Daylesford, Victoria