Palmy – your tastebuds are in for a treat when the Great New Zealand Food Show comes to town on 25 and 26 September 2021 showcasing the regions culinary industry.
The show will be held at the Fly Palmy Arena and will feature over 100 food and beverage businesses as well as demonstrations, seminars and masterclasses from some of the country’s best chefs and passionate foodies.
Managing Director Ammie Hardie of Core Events is looking forward to celebrating the finest food and beverages this region is known for by bringing it all together in one place.
“The Food Show gives foodies a great opportunity for a day out to sample some tasty treats, stock up on products and learn some tips and tricks in the kitchen.”
“This event is a great way to showcase Palmy’s rich food and beverage industry hosting the region’s best food, chefs, experts, eateries and culinary businesses all in one place,” says Ammie.
Hosting the Food Show provides an opportunity for Palmy to cement its role of being an innovative food producing region.
“In Palmy, we’re renowned for our national role in the future of food innovation and sustainability, so we’re excited to welcome the Great NZ Food Show to Palmy,” says Mayor Grant Smith, Palmerston North City Council.
A handful of the country’s star chefs will be sharing delicious recipes and how to’s in the Cooking Theatre. Local culinary chefs and foodies will also be sharing their secrets cooking up delectable feasts for the audience.
Celebrity chefs, avid foodies and nutritional experts will be announced over the coming months as well as exclusive masterclasses which provide opportunities for participants to roll up their sleeves and learn from the experts on a variety of different topics.
A fantastic feature of the event is the Wholesome Hub which hosts inspiring talks from nutritionists, wellness warriors and passionate foodies with further details on topics and presenters to be announced closer to the event.
After spending a few hours perusing the many food exhibitors and appreciating the various demonstrations, you’ll be able to kick back and enjoy live music, a refreshing drink and a plate to eat in our Seat & Eat zone.
Palmerston North is in the hub of a huge farming region, with vibrant farmers markets and diverse dining experiences Palmy is ready to claim its own dedicated food show and celebrate where it comes from.
Mayor Smith says, “The real strength in the wider Manawatū region also includes our growers and farmers who paint the full picture, and together we provide the full spectrum of food, from paddock to plate.”
If you’re a food or beverage business and are interested in exhibiting at the Show, we would love to hear from you. Please send us an email at email@example.com
Tickets will go on sale for Palmy August 1.