About KOJA

Healthy doesn’t have
to be hard.

we make it simple!

You’re busy enough without having to spend hours trying to make a decision on what you should eat. Lucky for you, we’ve done the hard work for you to bring you a range of nutritious, satisfying and oh so delicious healthy snack bars. Oh, and quite frankly, we believe life is just simply more enjoyable with good snacks to fuel your day.

Meet Kate.

I started KOJA because I was tired of seeing so many excessively processed foods available, and I constantly found products that appeared healthy but as soon as you read the ingredient list you were hit with numbers, fillers, preservatives and other nasties. All that stops here. We need to return to eating wholefoods and mostly plant-based – this is what I call "Making healthy simple."

I’m also interested in the connection between our health and how we live our lives, truly believing that we need to be physically healthy in order to be happy and emotionally healthy.

KOJA’s snack range is based on maximum nutrient density, plant-based foods that are delicious, simple and easy to add to your day.

Kate’s number 1 hate: Fast Food/Junk Food- particularly when it’s marketed to kids and families.

Meet The Team.


Hi, I’m Ben.

I'm the Senior Business Development manager at KOJA. What I love about my role at KOJA is getting to meet and connect with buyers and retailers from across all industries across Australia (and around the world!). I'm a dad of 3 and couldn't do my role without the support of my amazing wife Nat. At KOJA we have an amazing, supportive culture and it's a privilege to be a part of the KOJA team. 


Hi, I'm Maya.

I'm the Marketing & PR Coordinator at KOJA. I have loved being apart of the KOJA team and all of the amazing opportunities it has given me to start my career. It has allowed me to work creatively and has encouraged me to push boundaries.

I love to be active and spend time with my friends as well as travelling whenever I have the chance!


Hi, I’m Bella.

I’m the Marketing Assistant at KOJA. Being part of the KOJA team has been an incredible experience, allowing me to gain hands-on knowledge in marketing and the health food industry, while completing my studies.

Outside of work, I enjoy traveling, spending sunny days at the beach and taking long walks with my dog.


Hey, I’m Millie.

Dietitian, Nutritionist and self-proclaimed Foodie! 

I live with my partner and two year old golden retriever in a coastal town down on the Mornington Peninsula. I spend my spare time cooking (of course), at the beach, walking or at pilates, eating at restaurants and drinking copious amounts of tea - the KOJA team can vouch for that. 

I hope you love KOJA products and learn something new along the way which inspires and motivates you to be the happiest and healthiest version of yourself.

Happy Snacking x 

Our Philosophy

Eat real food.

Lots of wholefoods, fresh fruit and vegetables, nuts, seeds, lean meat, fish, eggs, dairy, wholegrains. When you can, buy from local shops, farmers markets or at the very least know what’s in the food you eat.

Cut the processed food products.

Too much salt, too much sugar and poor quality ingredients are used to make these products. Think fast food chains and packaged products with long lists of ingredients and preservatives. It’s not good for you.

Enjoy food.

Know where it comes from and how it’s been cooked or prepared before you decide to eat it. Share cooking and eating with your friends and family. Even better, grow your own vegetables or visit a farm to understand your food better.


Find time to chill out and do the things you enjoy. Manage your stress levels and look for the positives in everyday. Your emotional state will affect the way your body digests food, and digestion is possibly the most important aspect of your health.

Acknowledgement of Country

KOJA bars are made locally in regional Victoria, on Wathaurong Land.
We acknowledge the indigenous land owners, the Wathaurong people.
KOJA respects and honours Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.