Discover the Origin Of Your Cherries
CherryHill Orchards, in partnership with Cherry Growers Australia and Agriculture Victoria are proud to be taking part in a major innovative traceability project that allows consumers to verify the authenticity of our cherries.
Discover the story of your CherryHill cherries by scanning the QR code on eligible products to verify their authenticity, find out where they were grown, and even who picked and packed them for you.
How it works
Scan, Play and WIN!
Customers who purchase eligible products purchased throughout Victoria, NSW and QLD that have the Scan, Play, Win sticker on the box can go in the draw to win $1000!
How it works:
- Purchase any 1kg or 2kg CherryHill Cherry Box which has the “Scan, Play, Win” sticker from our CherryHill Farmgate stores, or participating retailers in Victoria, News South Wales, Queensland or Australian Capital Territory.
- Scan the QR code and play the Cherry Farm Adventures Game. Take a screenshot of your highest score.
- Find the contest post on our Facebook page, post your screenshot in the comments section.
- Share the contest post on your own Facebook timeline.
- Be sure to like our Facebook page to stay updated and find out if you’re a winner!
A winner will be randomly drawn from all eligible participants.
The lucky winner will be announced in the comments section of this contest post and in a separate post to celebrate their win on 8 January 2024. We will also send the winner a private message on Facebook to coordinate the delivery of their prize.
The Promoter is Cherryhill Orchards Pty Ltd (ACN 653 630 365)
The Contest commences 3rd November 2023 and ends on 1st January 2024.
Only open to participants in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Australian Capital Territory.
Proof of purchase required for each entry (via tax invoice)
Contest subject to full terms and conditions which can be viewed here.
Don’t miss your chance to win big with CherryHill Traceability! Get tracing, commenting, and sharing!
For industry updates about this project visit Cherry Growers Association