Food Festival falling into place

The Northern Plains Food Festival organisers gathered in Two Wells last Thursday, undertaking an intense think-tank approach to ensure the event is a success.

John Dawkins MLC and councillors from both Adelaide Plains Council and Playford councils attended the meeting where community groups were called upon to contribute to the running of the event.

“This is being ticketed as being an occasion to raise awareness and showcase the agriculture of the Adelaide Plains which, “by world standards is the best food that money can buy,” according to local Mallala identity, John Lush.

“One person in every five, is employed in agriculture in South Australia, which also generates $18 billion in activity, a lot being in export,” Mr Lush explained.

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