From businesswoman to an awards judge to a firefighter with Pam Brook.
It all started when Pam was playing a blindfold game with a group of friends. The game was to stab a pin on the map of Australia and relocate there. The game that started out as tongue and cheek is what ended up leading Pam Brook to her new life’s journey.
The becoming of what is known today as Australia’s leading producer of gourmet macadamia food products.
Pam Brook is co-founder of Brookfarm. Brookfarm was the NSW and Australian Telstra Business of the Year in 2007. After years of numerous awards, Pam now is a judge of the Telstra Business Awards and shares her professional view as a judge, giving great insights and advice.
Brookfarm is Australia’s leading producer of gourmet macadamia products known for its Macadamia Mueslis, Walkabout Mixes, and their newest snack “Puffcorn” which is perfect to munch on while sipping on a glass of your favourite drop…guilt free of calories!
Pam Brook is co-founder of Brookfarm, which she established with her husband Martin Brook in 1999. Brookfarm was the Telstra Business of the Year in 2007 and is Australia’s leading producer of gourmet macadamia products known for its Macadamia Mueslis, Walkabout Mixes, etc. From humble beginnings at the Bangalow markets, Brookfarm is now a vibrant food producing company with a team of 60 and growing. Brookfarm’s products are sold throughout Australia and exported to 12 countries including the USA & Europe. Customers include Domestic & International airlines.
Born in Melbourne, Pam has a Bachelor of Dental Science at Melbourne University and an MBA at Southern Cross University. She has extensive experience in product & brand development and sustainable business management. She is a great believer in a nutritionally balanced diet and a healthy sustainable food chain. She has a passion for the growth and development of the regional food industry and is the Chair of Northern Rivers Food.
She has a passion for producing delicious real food and making a difference for her community and the environment