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Connect with us at the Flavours of NSW zone on 11 to 14 September 2023 at the Sydney ICC to discover the diverse food and beverage manufacturing capabilities of NSW.

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Fine Food AustraliaExternal Link 2023 will be  the largest food industry trade show in the southern hemisphere. Over 26,000 trade visitors from over 50 countries visit the show every year.  

The NSW Government will soon be announcing the niche NSW food and beverage manufacturers exhibiting within the Flavours of NSW zone for 2023. The business profiles for the 2023 subsidy recipients will be featured on this page soon, in the leadup to the Fine Food Australia tradeshow held on 11-14 September 2023.

Flavours of NSW zone 2023

These 18 premium NSW food and beverage businesses manufacture their products in NSW from mostly domestic sources. They are keen to meet international and domestic buyers, distributers, investors and other industry representatives.

Based in the Riverina, Cootamundra Country Foods is a specialist meat drying company producing its own quality jerky under the Billabong Jerky brand name.
cedar creek cider
Cedar Creek uses homegrown apples from their orchard in Thirlmere to produce a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic ciders.
Circle Harvest
Circle Harvest is a world leader in edible insect farming techniques, developing edible insect products suitable for the Western diet including cricket protein powder, corn chips, pasta and bake at home mixes.
Chef Mark Beattie launched Eggzi on the NSW Central Coast to supply free-range pasteurised egg products to the hospitality industry nationally.
finders distillery
Finders is an artisan distillery in St Leonards, with a range of gin, vodka and liqueurs.
karu distillery
A startup from the Hawkesbury creating traditionally made spirits for the modern pallet, and recognised globally with two World’s Best trophies in the five years they’ve been on the market.
Established in 2006 in the village of Jugiong, the Long Track Pantry has a production facility to produce and bottle high quality jams, preserves and dressings with HACCP certification.
Tweed Heads business Ozganics Australia create delicious, organic sauces and dressings to suit every meal while catering to various food intolerances.
The Central Coast-based business produces a premium range of pure, raw fermented foods and beverages that are NASAA certified organic, free from starter cultures and preservatives, and full of flavour.
Sweet pea and poppy
Sweet Pea and Poppy produces a collection of handmade artisan chocolates on site at its Murrumbateman location.
A Sustainable B Corp, ACO Organic Loose Leaf Tea and Opulent Pyramid Tea Bag business which makes traditional, caffeine free and iced tea flavours in retail ready and food service bulk packs from their Sydney Blenditorium.
For more than a decade The Apple Thief has been hand crafting high quality gluten-free and vegan alcoholic and non-alcoholic ciders from its Batlow orchard, in the Snowy Mountains.
The green lion
The Green Lion produce 100% vegan ready meals, desserts and Pastizzi’s for retail stores, home delivery or pick up from our shop in Marrickville, Sydney.
This Bowral beekeeping business from Bowral produces a range of immunity boosting and flavoured honey products.
The kind coffee Co.
This South Murwillumbah company manufactures premium cold brew coffee, and is Australia’s 1st manufacturer of shelf stable, milk based canned coffee drinks.
The unexpected guest
This Indigenous-owned company on Dharawal Country, Minto, in South West Sydney, specialises in Australian Certified Organic health bars and muesli.
This Orange-based business specialises in traditional Vietnamese marinades, sauces, pork crackling and beef jerky.
ziggys wildfoods
Elevating hand-foraged wild and native ingredients, Bellingen’s Ziggy’s Wildfoods captures the unique flavours of local seasons into one-of-a-kind Australian fermented condiments and beverages.

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