We love food!

Bob & Jim’s is a family owned and operated general store in the little coastal town of Esperance, WA. We sell fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, eggs and dairy, small batch artisan wares, international specialist foods and more with a focus on local producers that are using traditional, sustainable and regenerative practices.

Fruit + vegetables

We specialise in hand selected seasonal boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables for pick up daily or local home delivery on Tuesdays & Fridays. If you live a little out of town, we’ll put your order on the mail run.

We support Australian Farmers and buy our fresh fruit and vegetables by the seasons so we may not have oranges over summer or grapes in winter but our trucks are arriving fresh from the markets three times a week so we guarantee the best of what’s fresh this season in the West with Australian grown produce our next choice.

Serious lovers of food

When we say we love food, we really mean it. Our team are tasked with the hard yards of product testing (poor sods) so they can chat about amazing new produce and goods as they hit the shelves and what to do with them. Check our socials for family-friendly recipes and easy dinner shortcuts for busy people.

Made in WA

Western Australia is home to some world-class producers of small-batch artisan food and craft products and we are always on the hunt for more. We think our local artisans are the bee’s knees so nothing gives us more happiness than being able to source and share premium produce with peachy people.

A few of our WA brands…

  • Esperance Honey
  • Bread Local
  • Papa Waffles
  • Dr Pauls Hot Sauce
  • Bread in Common
  • Mister Nosh
  • Dirty Clean Food
  • Truffle Hill
  • Bannister Downs Dairy
  • Borello Cheese
  • Chestnut Grove EVOO
  • The Pickled Wife
  • Mendolia Fish
  • XO Tea
  • Upward Spiral Coffee
  • Crunch Preserves
  • Holy Smoke
  • Kommunity Brew Kombucha
  • New Leaf Sparkling Apple
  • La Paleta Ice-cream
  • Denada Ice-cream
  • Roho Vegan Ice-cream Cookies
  • Turban Chopsticks