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Sydney Showground Wins Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) – State Banqueting & Catering Award

16 Mar 2017

Thursday 16 March, 2017 Read more

Record showbag numbers this Easter Show

10 Mar 2017

Wednesday, 8 March Read more

حان وقت (حقائب) العرض!

10 Mar 2017

تواجد أكثر مختبري حقائب الهدايا في سيدني فطنة بأعداد كبيرة اليوم عندما قام 30 طفلا من مستشفى ويستميد للأطفال (Westmead Hospital for Children) ومستشفى الغرب الأقصى الملكي (Royal Far West) بمعاينة عينات حقائب الهدايا المتاحة التي سيتم عرضها في مهرجان الفصح الملكي الزراعي بسيدني (Sydney Royal Easter Show) القادم من 6 إلى 19 أبريل/نيسان. وكانت الحقائب التي تم التدقيق فيها جزءًا من مجموع 350 حقيبة ستتاح في جناح حقائب الهدايا (Showbag Pavilion) طوال فترة استمرار المهرجان، ونالت الإعجاب الشديج من فريق النقاد الصغار. قال موري ويلتون، المدير العام لمهرجان سيدني (Murray Wilton, Sydney Show General Manager) أن محبي الحلويات التقليديون سيسعدهم كثيرا أن يعرفوا بأن حقيبة بيرتي بيتل (Bertie Beetle) ستعاود الظهور في مهرجان الفصح (Easter Show) وأن هناك توجه واضح نحو حقائب هدايا لمحبي الأزياء تستهدف الفتيات والمراهقات. "جناح حقائب الهدايا (Showbag Pavilion) يشكل دائما إحدى المعالم الجاذبة لزوار المهرجان ولن يكون هذا العام استثناء للقاعدة، خاصة إذا أخذنا في الاعتبار بعدد حقائب الهدايا الكبير الذي يقل سعرها عن 10 دولارات." "قد يستغرق فحص مجموعة مشكلة من 350 حقيبة وقتا طويلا، لذا قمنا بوضع قوائم أفضل ثلاثة نصائح لنيسر عليكم التسوق لشراء حقائب الهدايا بقدر المستطاع." اطلع على موقع www.eastershow.com.au على الإنترنت وخطط - فكل من حقائب الهدايا المعروضة والبالغ عددها 381 حقيبة (أكثر من أي وقت مضى) مذكورة على الموقع ويمكنك أن تحضر قائمة بما ترغبه منها وطباعتها. قرر ما هي ميزانيتك - فهناك أكثر من 130 حقيبة هدايا سعرها 10 دولارات أو أقل وهناك حقيبة هدايا تلائم كافة ميزانيات الأسرة. لا زال بإمكانك شراء حقيبة هدايا بسعر دولار واحد لا غير! احتفظ بالأفضل إلى الأخر - توجه لزيارة جناح حقائب الهدايا (Showbag Pavilion) في نهاية يومك حتى لا تضطر إلى حمل ما اشتريته معك طوال الزيارة، أو قم بتأجير خزانة إذا استطعت، فهناك بعض منها متاح خارج جناح حقائب الهدايا (Showbag Pavilion) مباشرة. وقال السيد ويلتون (Mr Wilton) أن الاستفادة من موقع مهرجان الفصح (Easter Show) هو أيضا أفضل طريقة لتوفير المال في المهرجان ككل وأن جناح حقائب الهدايا (Showbag Pavilion) ليس المكان الوحيد لإيجاد الصفقات. وأضاف السيد ويلتون (Mr Wilton) أنه بالإمكان التوفير بشكل كبير على التذاكر وألعاب المهرجان والطعام على الإنترنت باستخدام موقع مهرجان الفصح (eastershow.com.au) والتخطيط للزيارة مقدما. وقال "‫فتذاكر شولينك الأسرية باقية على سعرها في العام الماضي ولا تزيد عن 99.50 دولار فقط إذا قمتم بشرائها على الإنترنت قبل منتصف ليلة 5 أبريل/نيسان - وهي تشمل تذاكر ذهاب وعودة في نفس اليوم باستخدام النقل العام." أما يوم 19 أبريل/نيسان وهو اليوم الأخير للمهرجان (ويعرف باسم الأطفال) بحصل الأطفال على تذاكر دخول بنصف السعر، أي 12.50 دولار. ويمكن شراء التذاكر عبر الإنترنت، في متاجر ولوورث (Woolworths) من 6 أبريل/نيسان وعند الدخول خلال المعرض. متوسط الأسعار دولارين إلى 30 دولار -        أكثر من 130 حقيبة هدايا بسعر 10 دولارات أو أقل ‫أفضل 10 حقائب الهدايا لعام 2017 (بدون ترتيب معين): ليتل ميس - ميس ناوتي 10 دولارات سكايلاندرز سوابفورس 10 دولارات دكتور هو 26 دولار هالو 26 دولار ميستر ميكير 26 دولار رزمة سبيريت ستيت للصحة واللياقة 26 دولار بو باترول سكاي 28 دولار بابا بيغ - جورج  28 دولار ترول باغ 30 دولار فريدو 6 دولارات   ‫أفضل 5 حقائب الهدايا بسعر 10 دولارات أو أقل (غير مرتبة): الأحجام 10 دولارات بيرتي بيتل الذهبية 3 دولارات كادبيري للألبان 6 دولارات دييغو 10 دولارات ما قبل المدرسة 10 دولارات ‫ للمزيد من المعلومات وطلبات المقابلات والصور عالية الجودة الرجاء الاتصال: جيمس تولمي (James Tolmie) ‫الفريق الإعلامي james.tolmie@coxinall.com.au               ‫الجوال: 0439 991 082   ‫روجر وايت (Roger White) مدير العلاقات العامة الجمعية الملكية الزراعية بولاية نيو ساوث ويلز rwhite@rasnsw.com.au   ‫الجوال: 0478 092 425 الهاتف: 02 9704 1453 Read more

쇼 (백) 타임입니다!

10 Mar 2017

2017년 3 월 8일 수요일 Read more

奇趣包来啦!

10 Mar 2017

2017年3月8日,星期三 Read more

World-class winners have food down to a fine art

24 Feb 2017

Wednesday 22 February 2017 Australia's best fine food producers have been unveiled after ten days of judging outstanding bakery, coffee and aquaculture products at the 2017 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show at Sydney Showground. Hosted by the not-for-profit Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS), the Show rewarded excellence while promoting, fostering and encouraging the sustainable development of Australian agriculture. The Show's Coffee, Professional Bakery and Aquaculture competitions were an opportunity for producers to benchmark their products against their peers with a win distinguishing them as a fine food industry leader. More than 780 exhibits were judged between 31 January - 10 February with 12 Champions being awarded a coveted Sydney Royal Medal and a further 52 Gold, 134 Silver and 239 Bronze medals distributed. Chair of the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show, Sally Evans, said winners were selected by a panel of industry specialists through a blind judging process. "Sydney Royal is committed to creating a competitive space that promotes the pursuit of excellence in the fine food, wine and produce sectors," Ms Evans said. "Australian companies continue to benefit considerably from winning a Sydney Royal medal. Doors are opened to new marketing opportunities both locally and internationally," she added. Coffee 301 entries from 56 exhibitors were judged by an expert panel of Australia's most respected and fine-tuned palates. The high standard of quality required to earn a coveted Gold Medal was reinforced with just one being awarded in the 2017 competition alongside 25 Silver and 118 Bronze medals. Diva Coffee from Belrose was presented the prestigious Gold Medal, taking out Champion Latté for their Diva Fair Trade Blend which judges described as beautifully balanced with a fantastic full palate. All coffees were roasted in Australia using locally and internationally grown beans. Categories judged included international and Australian grown single origin and blend coffees across latte, espresso, plunger and decaffeinated. Professional Bakery The Sydney Royal Professional Bakery Competition saw 19 Gold, 65 Silver and 98 Bronze medals awarded. More than 340 entries across 64 classes were submitted by professional bakers from across the country. Brasserie Bread from Banksmeadow was awarded Champion Bread for their Flinders Ranges Sprouted Wheat thanks to its astounding volume, delicate crumb and good texture. A flavour trend was uncovered with The Gumnut Patisserie taking out Champion Pastry with their Salted Caramel Tartlet, and Cessnock's Exquisite Cakes by Lennert Salted Caramel Slice winning Champion Cake. The Gumnut Patisserie in Mittagong also saw their rising star, Samantha Trotter win Best Apprentice/Student Exhibit. Judges described her Blueberry and Custard Brioche, Raspberry Croissants and Vanilla Slice as an amazing selection of products with great consistency. The apprentice and student classes encourage the development of upcoming bakery professionals, ensuring the industry's continued success. Aquaculture This year the highest ever quality of oysters were presented to the judging panel which was reflected in the results with 11 more gold medals being awarded than in the 2016 competition. A total of 99 medals were awarded in 2017 consisting of 32 Gold, 44 Silver and 23 Bronze. Doyles Oysters from Batemans Bay claimed the Champion Sydney Rock Oyster and the Champion Aquaculture Product Perpetual Trophy donated by Noel Herbst OAM. Championship winners included: Champion Prawn: Pacific Reef Fisheries Champion Barramundi: Pejo Enterprises Champion Fresh Fish: Murray Gold Australia Champion Salmon Product: Pialligo Estate Champion Trout Product: Arc-en-Ciel Rainbow Trout Available for interview: Sally Evans, Chair Sydney Royal Fine Food Committee John Susman, Chair of Judges - Aquaculture Roger Haden, Chair of Judges - Professional Bakery Paul Mannassis, Chair of Judges - Coffee Further information and interview requests please contact: Roger White Public Relations Manager T: 02 9704 1453 M: 0478 092 425 E: rwhite@rasnsw.com.au Alison Dance Communications Coordinator T: 02 9704 1041 E: adance@rasnsw.com.au Ends Read more

NSW SCHOOLS RECEIVE SPECIAL DELIVERIES FOR SYDNEY ROYAL EASTER SHOW MEAT BIRD COMPETITION

24 Feb 2017

23 February 2017 More than 90 NSW schools are this week receiving the special delivery of day old chicks, the start of a statewide "meat birds" competition to be judged at this year's Sydney Royal Easter Show. Each school which has registered to participate in the competition is taking delivery of 14 one-day-old chicks supplied by competition sponsor Steggles. Volunteers have today come together at Sydney Showground to place the chicks in ventilated boxes ahead of delivery to NSW schools as far south as Albury, Murwillumbah in the north and Ivanhoe in the west. Students and their teachers who raise the chicks will then be permitted to enter one pair of male and one pair of female meat birds in the Poultry Show at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, which this year runs from April 6 to April 19. All participating schools have been required to guarantee competition organisers that they have adequate facilities to raise the birds. Each school as part of the program has designed a food program for their birds aimed at maximising their growth for their arrival at six weeks of age by the time of the Sydney Royal Easter Show. The Competition provides students with a glimpse into the Poultry industry and works to dispel hormone myths surrounding chicken meat production. All entries in the 2017 Meat Bird Pairs Classes will progress to a Carcase Judging Class with the exhibits being judged to the standards of the Commercial Trade. The competition will be judged by an industry representative on the potential value of the birds exhibited to the Commercial Trade. Murray Wilton, General Manager Agriculture and the Royal Easter Show says Poultry competitions have been part of the Sydney Royal Easter Show for more than 150 years, dating back to 1858. "The Australian Chicken Meat Industry is a vital part of the NSW agriculture scene and poultry has been a staple in many Australian households long before that," he said. "This competition also assists in giving NSW students an insight into future employment opportunities within the Poultry Industry, importantly in areas where jobs are hard to come by," Mr Wilton said. Ends Roger White PR Manager Royal Agricultural Society of NSW rwhite@rasnsw.com.au T: 02 9704 1453   Alison Dance Communications Coordinator Royal Agricultural Society of NSW adance@rasnsw.com.au T: 02 9704 1041                          Read more

THE CREAM RISES TO THE TOP AS MEDALS ABOUND AT SYDNEY ROYAL's CHEESE AND DAIRY SHOW

24 Feb 2017

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 The Australian dairy industry has again shown its enduring high standards and reputation for quality with a swag of medals awarded at the Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Show. Sixty two medals, including 24 gold have been awarded from the 79 entries presented through the white, UHT, homogenised, non-homogenised, modified, skim and flavoured categories. Judges were also called upon to assess 249 entries in the cheese categories, awarding a total of 143 medals, 29 of those gold. The judging was conducted last week at the Sydney Showground.    Gary Reid, Chair, Dairy Produce Committee said all winners were selected by a judging panel of industry specialists, who benchmark the best in Australia while nurturing the growth of producers nationally. "Sydney Royal is committed to fostering a competitive space that assesses, promotes and rewards Australian produce across a large number of categories, and this year’s dairy produce show was no exception," Mr Reid said. "We've seen companies benefit considerably from winning a Sydney Royal medal, which provides multiple marketing opportunities to leverage success both local and internationally. I encourage all Australians to look out for Sydney Royal medals and support these great Australian producers and their fantastic products," he said. Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Champions in 2017 also included; Champion Butter - Murray Goulburn, Victoria - Beautifully Butterfully Salted. Milk - Champion White Milk - Brownes Dairy, Victoria - Brownes Extra Creamy Milk. Milk - Champion Flavoured Milk - Sharma's Kitchen, NSW - Milk Badam. Cheese - Champion Cheddar Cheese - Bega Cheese Ltd - Rindless Cheddar Traditional Recipe. Cheese ­­- Champion Specialty Cheese - Lion, Dairy and Drinks, Tasmania – Heidi Raclette. Cheese - Champion Cheese of Show - Bega Cheese Ltd, NSW - Rindless Cheddar Traditional Recipe. Australia's love affair with premium and novelty dairy products continues with the sector dominating the Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Awards medal count. Gelato produced 72 medals from the 97 entries presented, an incredible strike rate. One in every five entries in the "Gelato - any flavours" categories was awarded a gold medal, such was the standard in 2017. Peters of Mulgrave, Victoria took out the Champion Premium Ice Cream or Gelato Annual Trophy for its Connoisseur Classic Vanilla Ice Cream. Gundowring Fine Foods, also from Victoria has taken out the Champion Ice Cream or Frozen Yoghurt Annual Trophy for its Ice Cream Licorice. The Champion Novel Ice Cream title has been awarded to Serendipity Ice Cream from Marrickville for its Peanut Butter Dipitypop. Another Sydney producer, Cow and the Moon from Enmore has been awarded Champion Gelato for its Salted Caramel production, while the 2017 Champion Sorbet Trophy has been won by Gelatissimo Pty Ltd from Sydney's Rydalmere for its Raspberry flavoured Sorbet. The honour for Champion Yoghurt has gone to Sydney's (Ermington) Gourmet Goodies for its Apple and Rhubarb all natural flavoured Yoghurt. Overall in 2017, 755 entries were submitted to the judging panels from 94 classes. Goat Milk, Buffalo Milk and Buffalo Milk products, Sheep Milk and Sheep Milk products, Haloumi and Lebneh. Winning a Sydney Royal medal gives food producers the opportunity to brand their product with a prestigious Championship, Gold, Silver or Bronze medal. Further information and interview requests please contact: Roger White Manager, Public Relations Royal Agricultural Society of NSW t  02 9704 1453 m 0478 092 425 e rwhite@rasnsw.com.au Read more
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