The celebration of all things fresh and local will include live chef demonstrations and food conversations to inspire Perthites to cook with delicious autumn produce, from the home cook to the gourmet chef.
At the event, Belmont Forum shoppers will have an opportunity to chat with farmers from Southern Forests and Gascoyne regions, as well as people from different industries including WA Stone Fruit, WA Potatoes and WA Vegetables.
Alongside this, Belmont Forum will be heaving with additional foodie activity including:
- Cooking demonstrations with Chefs Sophie Budd, Don Hancey and Vincent Lim
- Meet and greets with local producers
- Inspirational origin sessions – why to buy and how to support local
- Selected sampling of fresh WA produce
- Woolworths Kids Food Workshop
- Giveaways with Coles and Woolworths vouchers to be won
Buy West Eat Best is this year celebrating its 13th anniversary as the state’s local food and beverage labelling program. Aldi, Coles and Woolworths will all support and showcase local Buy West, Eat Best products available instore.
The program supports over 180 business state-wide from across the agriculture supply chain including farmers, retailers, wholesalers, food councils, small growers, artisan producers, large-scale processors, restaurants, chefs and food service providers.
On the day, visitors will also be able to purchase a FRESH cooler bag for $5, all funds going to support Belmont Forum’s food relief partner, SecondBite.