Horticulture promoted at Royal Adelaide Show

Horticulture promoted at Royal Adelaide Show


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Some of South Australia's best horticulture products wowed attendees at this year's Royal Adelaide Show.

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Lenswood Apples marketing manager Julian Carbone was promoting the great produce from the area, sampling a tonne of Rockit apples across the show.

Lenswood Apples marketing manager Julian Carbone was promoting the great produce from the area, sampling a tonne of Rockit apples across the show.

THE state’s horticulture industry was out in force at this year’s Royal Adelaide Show, as producers showcased their wares and healthy treats were given out as part of the Yellow Brick Road.

The Cellar Door Experience drew huge crowds. Helping out were Dennis Mutton, James Pitchford, Yaelle Saltman and Arthur Mangos.

The Cellar Door Experience drew huge crowds. Helping out were Dennis Mutton, James Pitchford, Yaelle Saltman and Arthur Mangos.

Market Fresh SA marketing, events and promotions coordinator Nadia Boscaini said it was a valuable opportunity to promote fresh produce consumption.

Talinga Grove's Christine Gilliver with Strathalbyn olive oil products.

Talinga Grove's Christine Gilliver with Strathalbyn olive oil products.

“We want to raise awareness about the industry and how easy it is to shop local and enjoy local produce,” she said.

Manning the citrus stand and promoting the state's delicious produce were Ethan Hamdorf, Aisha Vassallo, Daniel Houston and Belinda Kasearu.

Manning the citrus stand and promoting the state's delicious produce were Ethan Hamdorf, Aisha Vassallo, Daniel Houston and Belinda Kasearu.

SA Produce Market chief executive officer Angelo Demasi said the horticulture industry had a fantastic presence at the show. “Hopefully this will continue so we have as many people as possible eating fresh fruit and vegetables,” he said.

Kay Coleman and Michelle Doecke, Craneford Winery, Truro.

Kay Coleman and Michelle Doecke, Craneford Winery, Truro.

  • This story first appeared in Smart Farmer.
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