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Barossa Fine Foods Opens Flagship Melbourne Stall

Barossa Fine Foods, Number 1 in Smallgoods

South Australia’s award-winning smallgoods producer, Barossa Fine Foods, will open its doors at Prahran Market on Sunday November 6. The brand new site will play host to a large variety of meats and smallgoods, featuring many recognisable local Australian products and a tempting ready-to-eat menu.

The expansion into Melbourne was a logical step for General Manager Andreas Knoll, who says the “vision has always been to enhance people’s lives through the food we make”. “Barossa Fine Foods started in the Adelaide Central Market in 1991, so for us, markets are fundamental to who we are. Prahran Market is one of the finest markets in Australia and we can’t wait to open Barossa Fine Foods in Melbourne,” he says.

Barossa Fine Foods prepares most of its products from scratch adhering to the principal of using minimal ingredients in the preparation. “We train our tradespeople to excel in the craft of butchery and smallgoods production, using technology that reflects our 90-year family tradition in smallgood making – but, we still hand-stitch, mix and debone ourselves,” says Knoll.

Expect to find an impressive, modern fit-out with a massive display cabinet featuring everything from nitrate-free bacon and heritage ham to smoked Wagyu beef, French salami and smoked prosciutto to a tantalising selection of pâtés, terrines and smoked products to accompany.

Shoppers looking for a bite to eat will also be able to pick from a delicious ready-to-eat menu featuring Barossa Fine Foods-made pies and sausage rolls, schnitzel, quiche, and of course, the famous Barossa Fine Foods smoked Vienna plate with smoked sausage, bratwurst, sauerkraut, mustard and rye bread. Other standout menu items include the roast pork belly, cheese kransky on a stick, and an interesting and varied mix of panini.

As part of their opening, they will also be offering FREE smallgood appreciation classes on November 11th, 12th and 13th. To register, click here.

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