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The Eat.Taste.Central food and wine month in Central Otago has opened a short window for hospitality and accommodation operators to come on board.
NZ’s food and beverage industry must build up its story for when international visitors return, says Wellington Culinary Events’ CEO.
New project framework developed with STAPP funding, aims to continue domestic tourism momentum.
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New Wānaka-based business Forage & Feast aims to showcase Central Otago’s locally cultivated food and chefs through an “immersive culinary adventure”.
A new event to support Southland’s hospitality and accommodation sector and boost the region’s reputation as a food and beverage destination will run from 1 April to 16 May 2021.
Closed international borders meant the operator had to find a new way to support themselves.
Recognised in Lonely Planet’s Best Native Food category, Hiakai combined traditional Māori ingredients and cooking methods with a contemporary spin.
Feast Marlborough will feature a series of food and beverage events over summer to help offset the impact of Covid-19 on the region’s economy.
Naturally West Coast Food 2020 would run over the month of November and feature signature dishes from local restaurants and cafés.
A new wine and food festival has been announced for Wānaka, taking place over Otago Anniversary weekend next year.
A new initiative to boost Auckland’s hospitality sector and build Auckland’s reputation as a food and beverage destination has launched.
Venture Taranaki is seeking proposals for developing the region as a food tourism destination, as well as any potential product offerings that may be involved within the project.
Hawke’s Bay Tourism facilitated the F.A.W.C! programme twice a year on behalf of the region’s food and wine industries.
Great South have engaged Eat New Zealand to help develop its regional Food Tourism Strategy.
Tourism Central Otago has launched its annual month-long food and wine event.
The initiative runs for 12 months and is promoted by Eat New Zealand, a not-for-profit collective, promoting New Zealand’s food stories and its people to the world.