Eat Local SA

Eating Local Made Easy

Food lovers and tourists can now easily identify where to taste and enjoy local produce in Barossa eateries thanks to Eat Local, a vibrant initiative of the Regional Food Industry Association, Food SA and Primary Industries and Regions SA.

With and a prominent logo, people can distinguish between Barossa businesses that support regional producers and visit these venues to discover new products, flavours and dishes sourced and created locally.

It’s a campaign for restaurants, cafes, pubs, delis, bakeries and cellar door’s to engage today’s food captivated public and support regional producers by showcasing at least one dish on the menu or specials board using 100% locally grown and produced ingredients. SA Food Minister Gail Gago, who launched Eat Local in 2012, says the initiative reinforces the state’s strong food culture.

“Any business choosing to get behind Eat Local shows their support of their local communities and distinguishes themselves to consumers and tourists”, Ms Gago said.

Barossa Food is an avid supporter of Eat Local and encourages the region’s food outlets, chef’s, cooks and providores to be engaged and discover how simple it is to become part of a fast growing State campaign to help better position the Barossa and its produce on the culinary tourist map.


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