Kurrajong Kitchens Lavosh to feature new product in Adelaide

by Doc-G on April 19, 2010



Kurrajong Kitchens makers of entertaining staples Lavosh¯ will be visiting Adelaide for the first time this weekend to attend the Food, Wine and Cooking Show where they will be featuring a new product; Toasted Sesame and Sea Salt Thins that are not yet on the market.
The Food, Wine and Cooking Show is one of Adelaides top lifestyle events that welcomes thousands of visitors to tempt their tastebuds on a huge variety of food and wine products, as well as experience the free cooking demos and expert advice from celebrity chefs.
The new Toasted Sesame and Sea Salt Thins will only be available at the show. Described as light and snacks full of flavour, they contain all natural ingredients with no added preservatives.
Owner Karen Lebsanft commented, There is a great deal of interest in the new product especially coming off the back of our medal wins at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show for three of our flavoured products “ Cheese LavoshBites, Dhukkah Thins and Caramelised Onion and Sea Salt Thins.¯
Kurrajong Kitchens will be showcased at the Australian Wine and Food stand where you can sample the new product for yourself. A Lavosh showbag will also be available for $10 containing Cheese LavoshBites, Wholemeal and Malted Wheat LavoshBites, original Lavosh as well as any two others from their range including the brand new Toasted Sesame and Sea Salt Thins.
Meet the people behind the Australian success story and taste the new product, As our first taste testers I look forward to seeing what Adelaideans think of our latest flavour¯ Karen said.
The Adelaide Food, Wine and Cooking Show will be held at the Adelaide Showground from 24 to 26 April.
Admission includes entry to the Sunday Mail Home Living Expo.

The proud 100% Australian owned family owned business, Kurrajong Kitchens has grown from strength to strength in its 17 years. Starting from humble beginnings in the kitchen of their Kurrajong restaurant in 1993 with an initial batch of 30, made with a borrowed rolling pin and packaging sealed with their home iron. They now sell to Coles, Woolworths, Independent supermarkets and restaurants nationally.

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