New food and drink guides for regional WA

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Western Australia’s new Food and Beverage Capability Guides showcase the diversity of fresh premium products available in each region.
Man holding spoon with honey dripping into a small bowl

Western Australia’s new Food and Beverage Capability Guides showcase the diversity of fresh premium products available in each region.

Honey, wine, eggs, seafood, cheese, truffles and chocolate are just some of the fresh and quality produce that WA is renowned for.

The regional food guides highlight these quality products by local food manufacturers to consumers, retailers, buyers, wholesalers, chefs, caterers and tourism operators.

Developed by the Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development (DPIRD) and local partners, the food guides are available for the Mid-West; Great Southern and the Kimberly region.

DPIRD are now working with regional partners to produce food guides for the Peel, Wheatbelt, Goldfields-Esperance, Gascoyne and South West regions.

Find out more about all the Food and Beverage Capability Guides.

Dagmara Verrall, Kimberley Development Commission and  Glen Chidlow, Kimberley Development Commission with  Nikki Poulish, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development at the launch of the new Kimberley Food and Beverage Capability Guide at the Kimberley Economic Forum in Kununurra.
L to R Dagmara Verrall, Glen Chidlow, and Nikki Poulish at the Kimberley Economic Forum in Kununurra.
Page reviewed 13 September 2021