Deli has a new name
Posted on : 21 May 2018
2018 is seeing quite a few changes in the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Sydney Royal competitions. With the Spring Fine Food competitions almost upon us, one major transformation is the brand new name for the Sydney Royal Deli Meat competition.
Say hello to the Sydney Royal Smallgoods & Charcuterie Competition. The name change reflects the wide-ranging entries and pays homage to the artisanal processes used to prepare specialty and gourmet cured meats. Established in 1995, the competition judges a variety of smallgoods products across 54 classes, ranging from ham, bacon, salami and prosciutto to general smallgoods, cooked products, poultry products, gourmet products and sausage classes. Launching on Thursday 24 May, butchers and smallgoods manufacturers are attracted by the history and reputation of the competition. Judging is held in September as part of the Spring Fine Food Show, with the Champions of each competition announced at the Taste of Excellence Awards Night on 21 September.
Entries for the Sydney Royal Smallgoods & Charcuterie Competition open Thursday, May 24. Find out more here.