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Tamar Ridge Estates

Leading producer of Tasmanian cool climate table wines under the Tamar Ridge and Devil's Corner brands, with sales in every State and a growing list of export markets.

The benchmark wines forming the core of the Tamar Ridge brand include Tamar Ridge Riesling,Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir and Tamar Ridge Sauvignon Blanc.

Contact name Will Adkins
Phone 03 6394 1111
Email Will.Adkins@tasmanianestates.com.au
Website www.tamarridge.com.au

Tamar Valley Truffles

Tamar Valley Truffles is Australia’s largest Privately owned boutique trufferie.

Situated around Lake Trevallyn Dam in the Tamar Valley, Tamar Valley Truffles produce unique aroma & flavour - just like the Cool Climate Wines. We supply the major chefs around Australia, & export to Singapore, Japan, Germany, USA & France.

Contact name John Baily
Phone 0408 343 888
Email john@tamarvalleytruffles.com.au
Website www.tamarvalleytruffles.com.au

Tarkine Tiger Mineral Water

Premium - Pristine Tasmanian Natural and Sparkling Mineral Water From The Heart Of The Tarkine Wilderness

Tarkine Tiger Mineral Water is sourced from the depths of the Tarkine in far North West Tasmania. It continually filters through 40 meters of dolomite rock to finally surface within 1 kilometer of the Southern Ocean and 22 kilometers from the Cape Grim Weather Station, known to have the cleanest air in the world. This results in a healthy mineral water with naturally high levels of calcium and magnesium.

Contact name Gordon Kelly
Phone 0459 999 229
Email sales@tarkinetiger.com.au
Website www.tarkinetiger.com.au

Tas Prime Oysters Pty Ltd

Tas Prime Oysters is committed to selling quality oysters throughout Australia and Asia. Buy direct from the farmers who live by the tide.

When buying Tasmanian Pacific Oysters from us, you are purchasing direct from the farm. Each one of our farmers is a director of the company and committed to supplying you with the freshest plumpest oysters of the sea.

We have five farms spread from Smithton (Duck Bay) in the North of the state, to Island Inlet and Pittwater near Hobart, Blackmans Bay in the South. Just like a good wine, our oysters have different taste and texture from each different region. 

Our focus is on Quality of meat and shell shape. Good farming practice over all of our farms ensures we achieve this standard every time.

Tas Prime Oysters also has its own AQIS approved Export packing facility located at one of our farms, ensuring the freshest oysters are harvested and packed direct for Export markets throughout Asia.

Contact name Jane Kenane
Phone 0409 234 304
Email tasprimeoysters@bigpond.com
Website www.tasprimeoysters.com

Tas-Saff saffron

Tasmanian Saffron Pty. Ltd. Trading as Tas-Saff is the industry leader in growing and marketing Australian saffron.

Tas-Saff commenced operation in April 1990 and is a family company, wholly owned and operated by Terry and Nicky Noonan. Tas-Saff is situated at Glaziers Bay in the Huon Valley in Southern Tasmania.

Tas-Saff is the first and only commercial network of saffron growers in Australia and the major network in New Zealand.

Saffron is the three-pronged dried, red stigma of the Crocus sativus corm (bulb). Saffron is the oldest, most expensive spice in the world and has been highly prized over the centuries.

Approximately 180,000 - 220,000 flowers make one kilogram of Tas-Saff saffron.

Saffron is a spice that adds flavour, colour and aroma to many foods such as bouillabaisse and paella. Its flavour cannot be copied.

The distribution for Tas-Saff saffron is via specialist food retailers and wholesalers, restaurants, supermarkets, farm gate and export.

Contact name Nicky Noonan
Phone 03 6295 1921
Email tas-saff@bigpond.com.au
Website www.tas-saff.com.au

Tas-SANG

Tas-SANG grows the valuable American ginseng roots (Panax quinquifolium) on its idyllic property on the Meander River floodplain, Deloraine.

The ginseng is grown on the deep well-drained alluvial soils under the canopy of Silver Wattle trees which provide the excellent mulch for ginseng.

The perfect growing conditions allows a wild simulated method of culture using established organic practices. No synthetic fertilisers, herbicides, pesticides and fungicides are needed or used.

Our oldest roots are now 17 years old and show the  wild features of the best ginseng in the world. Many roots have more than two stems per plant and each have at least 4 prongs per stem. Some of our roots are in excess of 400g fresh weight. We market either fresh roots or dried presentation roots.

We have C.I.T.E.S. permits to export anywhere in the world. More information and videos can be found on our webpage.

Contact name Don Schumacher
Phone 03 6362 3317
Email tas_sang@bigpond.com
Website www.tas-sang.com.au

Tas’Mania Fresh

Importer to Hong Kong and China of premium fresh produce, seafoods, wines and gourmet foods sourced from Tasmania for the high end F&B, premium supermarkets and home delivery markets.

Tasmania is well regarded in Asia as THE WORLD'S NATURAL LARDER - a source of high quality foods, products that are the result of passionate producers, rich soils, cleanest water, freshest air, that taste better and are more nutritious.

We are importer and distributor into Asia of Tasmanian sourced produce to international markets in Asia namely, Hong Kong and China, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan.

The portfolio includes fresh and  frozen salmon, cold smoked salmon, mussels, abalone, oysters, cherries, apples, cider, milk & cheese, truffles, Manuka honey and others gourmet foods under the Brand Tasmanian grocer, as sourced from Tasmanian growers and producers for the high end F&B and premium retailers and online shops.

We source seasonal products direct from these producers for optimum freshness and quality and market them and their product stories in Asia under the brand umbrella of Tas'Mania ... together with a trust mark as to the source to attest to the authenticity of the produce.

 

 

Contact name David Meredith
Phone +852 9466 4570
Email david@tasmaniafresh.com
Website www.tasmaniafresh.com

TasFoods Ltd

The Tasmanian Food Co. (TasFoods Ltd) is an endorser brand for a stable of premium food brands made locally with a connection to provenance, sustainable and environmentally responsible farming practices.

Lifting standards in the field and the kitchen, The Tasmanian Food Co. is committed to providing customers with produce made ethically, as they would expect, with a focus on animal welfare and creating naturally superior tasting products.

TasFoods is an ASX listed company, with headquarters in Launceston in the heart of Tasmania’s premium food bowl. Established in 2015 by a group of Tasmanian business leaders, TasFoods sees huge potential to build its business through acquiring and developing its stable of Tasmanian-sourced food products with stories of provenance to feed discerning tastes across the globe.

Contact name Freya Griffin
Phone + 613 6331 6983
Email admin@tasfoods.com.au
Website thetasmanianfoodco.com.au

Tasfresh

Contact name Stephen Harding
Phone 03 6427 2065
Email stephen.harding@tasfresh.com.au
Website www.tasfresh.com.au

Tashimi Fish Pty Ltd

Contact name Chieko Kamata
Phone 03 6344 3141
Email tashimi@iprimus.com.au
Website home.iprimus.com.au/tashimi

Tasman Sea Salt

The clean, nutrient rich waters of Tasmania provide the perfect environment to create our vibrant white sea salt flakes which pack incredible flavour and enhance the taste of any food.

Naturally harvested from the crystal clear waters on the east coast of Tasmania, Tasman Sea Salt is a delicious bright white sea salt flake which enhances the taste of any food. Containing trace minerals found in the seas around Tasmania, it has a unique depth of flavour that isn't found in other salts.

In a first for the sea salt industry, Tasman Sea Salt uses innovative technologies in its production process to harness sustainable energy sources including solar and thermal energy to ensure that their production processes minimise any impact on their surroundings.

Contact name Chris Manson
Phone 03 6257 8700
Email info@tasmanseasalt.com.au
Website www.tasmanseasalt.com

Tasmania Cherries

Family sheep farm and cherry orchards based near Campania in South East Tasmania

We have several varieties of cherries that ripen from around mid-December through to early February. We believe our edge is that we are a family owned and run farm and not a corporate agricultural business and it shows in the flavour and quality of our cherries. We are based near Campania which is consistently slightly warmer than the rest of Tasmania during the summer months which helps produce a great tasting gorgeous cherry. We have built a good reputation at Tasmanian markets over the last 10 years under the name of Ferniehurst Cherries.

Phone 0418 104 285
Email ferniehurstcherries@gmail.com
Website www.tasmaniacherries.com.au

Tasmania Feedlot

Contact name Andrew Thompson
Phone 03 6398 6244
Email arthompson@aeontfc.com

Tasmania Wild Biltong Company

Creators of gourmet snacks

I re-located my family to the lush, green isle of Tasmania 3yrs ago after coming on holiday and realising I could make the best Biltong I'd ever made here on account of the contented, flourishing livestock. We are now proud to say that we have achieved that very thing. Our future aim is to create employment and to promote Tasmania at every opportunity.

Tasmania Wild Biltong Company produces Biltong (a cured, air-dried beef snack high on protein, low on fat) using unique family recipes handed down from previous generations. Thriving Tasmanian livestock enable us to produce Biltong like no other that you can take fishing, camping, hiking, bike riding, you name it. Complement cheese platters and enjoy with any beer, cider or grace any canape and sip on some bubbly.

Within our production facility, we ensure our environmental impact is minimal and use recyclable equipment at all times. We have all current necessary accreditations for the industry we are in.

Contact name Clayton Waters
Phone 0409 117 240
Email sales@tasmaniawild.com.au
Website www.tasmaniawild.com.au

Tasmania’s Westhaven

Tasmania’s Westhaven is the manufacturer of a range of cows and goats milk yoghurt and cheese.

All milk used in the Tasmania’s Westhaven range of products are sourced from the clean, green environment of Northern Tasmania.

Hand made, with no colours, flavours or emulsifiers, the Tasmania’s Westhaven range includes Fetta, Marinated Fetta, Persian Fetta, Yoghurt, Chevre, Haloumi, Havarti, Gouda, Quark and Paneer.

Contact name Sean Kay
Phone 03 6331 9999
Email sean@tasmaniaswesthaven.com.au
Website www.tasmaniaswesthaven.com.au

Tasmanian Abalone Farms

Contact name Sara Fielding
Phone 03 6257 8403
Email tasabalonefarms@bigpond.com
Website www.tasab.com.au

Tasmanian Agricultural Producers Pty Ltd (TAP Agrico)

TAP Agrico are strategically placed to service the Tasmanian grains industry with storage and export packing facilities. TAP Agrico are an exporter of grains in their own right.

In January 2011, TAP Agrico made an important and strategic commitment to the Tasmanian grains industry with the purchase of grain storage facilities at Powranna, consisting of both upright metal corrugated aerated silos and bunker storages.

This provides TAP Agrico with a high degree of flexibility and a combined total storage capacity of 17,500 tonnes. Further additional storage is leased at Devonport providing access to feed grain for the North West Tasmanian stockfeed industry and malting grain for malt processing at Quoiba.

TAP Agrico is locally owned and operated with substantial support and supply from Tasmanian cereal and oilseed producers.

TAP aims to:

  • Provide services to the Tasmanian grain industry including grain marketing and trading
  • Allow growers to collectively market their agricultural produce
  • Improve existing and establish new grain markets
  • Provide a link between buyers and sellers of grain
  • Capitalise on Tasmania’s reputation of “clean and green” and Non-GMO products.
  • Develop export opportunities for Tasmanian farmers

Contact name David Skipper
Phone 03 6398 6122
Email david.skipper@tapagrico.com.au
Website www.tasagproducers.com.au

Tasmanian Bakeries

Tasmanian Bakeries is the maker of National Pies – the pie with the superior interior. The product range also includes other pastry goods, rolls, bread, cakes,muffins and salad rolls. The company is HACCP Food Safety accredited.

Contact name Ricky Smith
Phone 03 6211 3000
Email Ricky.Smith@tasmanianbakeries.com.au
Website www.tasmanianbakeries.com.au

Tasmanian Beekeepers Association

The Tasmanian Beekeepers' Association is the peak body of the Honey Industry in Tasmania. The TBA is managed by an Executive, made up of a President, a Vice President, six Committee Members and up to two delegates from each of the three Branches.

Approximately two-thirds of Tasmania's honey production is from leatherwood blossom. The remainder includes honey types such as clover, blackberry and gum. The leatherwood flow is from early January to April and is the basis of the commercial industry in Tasmania. Leatherwood grows in rainforests in the southern and western areas of the State largely within regions managed and controlled by State Government authorities as either production forests or the World Heritage Area. Leatherwood honey has a strong flavour and particularly distinctive aroma. It is unique to Tasmania and has established a worldwide reputation as a distinct honey type.

Tasmanian Leatherwood honey is seen as an icon for Tasmania's clean green image and food products. It is a natural food harvested from wilderness and wet forest areas that can be linked to other Tasmanian products and Tasmania's branding image. Honey production provides employment across all areas of the State.

Many of the horticultural and small seeds crops grown in Tasmania depend to varying degrees on the honey bee for pollination. The expansion of the seed industry and stone fruit industries will be dependent on viable pollination services.

Contact name Maxine Ewington
Phone 03 6442 3916
Email secretary@tasmanianbeekeepers.org.au
Website tasmanianbeekeepers.org.au

Tasmanian Blackcurrant Growers Assoc Inc

The Tasmanian Blackcurrant Growers Association Incorporated acts in the interests of the state’s blackcurrant farmers.

Producing 500 tonnes of blackcurrants a year, mainly in the Derwent and Huon valleys, Growers have a long-standing commercial relationship with a major processor, Cascade Beverage Co.

Contact name Richard Warner
Phone 03 6261 2031
Email rwarner@tassie.net.au

Tasmanian Butter Co

Butter: the way it was intended. Fresh, cultured, full and delicious. But mostly, to be enjoyed.

We produce small batch butter with cream from local, well-fed and content cows.

We culture the cream slowly using traditional methods churn, mix, salt, package each one by hand with methodical precision.

This is our labour of love, our ode to the savoury, the creamy, the mighty goodness of butter..

This is Tasmanian Butter Co

Contact name Olivia Morrison
Phone 0409 836 777
Email contact@tasmanianbutterco.com.au
Website www.tasmanianbutterco.com.au

Tasmanian by Nature

Tasmanian by Nature Pty Ltd is a family run company that operates out of Launceston and represents premium Tasmanian brands both in the local and international markets.

We work closely with our farmers and producers to ensure our customers receive the freshest, highest quality products Tasmania has on offer.  For our fresh produce, we deal directly with the farmers and ship same day to our mainland and international clients.  We have developed a robust cold chain process for both our local and international clientele who require both small quantities of products for home use as well as for our larger wholesale customers to ensure the longest shelf life possible without compromising on flavour.

 Tasmanian by Nature is proud to be the gateway for artisan and larger producers of fine food and Tasmanian products to be given the opportunity share their brand in a range of markets. 

 Our team works with customers ranging from the home delivery market, corporates, to the high end food and beverage sector within Tasmania, other Australian states and premium supermarkets in Asia.

Contact name Bronwin Ballantyne
Phone 0448 989 440
Email bron@tasmanianbynature.com.au
Website www.tasmanianbynature.com.au

Tasmanian Dairy Products

Contact name Peter Korpershowk
Phone 03 6452 1331
Email info@tasdairyproducts.com
Website www.tasdairyproducts.com

Tasmanian Eel Exporters

Live wild freshwater eel exporters (Anguila australis and Anguila rheinhardtii) both species native to Tasmania sent directly by air to Mainland Australia and overseas markets predominately in Japan, South Korea and China. Suppliers of hot smoked eel.

Contact name Kellie Finlayson
Phone 03 62 686 472
Email admin@tasmanianeelexporters.com.au
Website www.tasmanianeelexporters.com.au

Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association

TFGA is the peak body representing the interests of the primary producers of Tasmania.

Contact name Peter Skillern
Phone 03 6332 1800
Email tfgainfo@bigpond.com
Website www.tfga.com.au

Tasmanian Flour Mills Pty Ltd

Tasmanian Flour Mills manufactures all it flour at the Launceston mill. The business history started with Monds & Afleck in 1860.

Contact name Darren Lee
Phone 03 6332 1900
Email dlee@tasflour.com.au
Website www.tasflour.com.au

Tasmanian Food Books

Tasmanian Food Books is a publishing business that produces high quality Tasmanian Food Books.

Tasmanian Food Books is an award- winning publisher that produces high quality Tasmanian Food Books. Award winning publications include The House of Oysters and Tasmania's Table.

Melbourne’s prestigious Books For Cooks listed their sesquicentennial reprint of Australia’s first cookbook and Companion as ‘Australia’s best cookbook of 2014’. Other best sellers include Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania and seasonal cookbook Island Harvest.

Current books in production and due in 2016 include Whisky Island: The Devil’s Share by Bernard Lloyd and Tasting the Huon by Elaine Reeves and Chef Steve Cumper.

A new book Tasmanian Whisky: The Devil’s Share  is due to be released November 2017.

Contact name Paul County
Phone 0400 822 678
Email info@tasfoodbooks.com
Website www.tasfoodbooks.com

Tasmanian Gourmet Gifts

Providing totally Tasmanian premium gift hampers, beautifully presented and express delivered Australia wide.

We pride ourselves on sourcing quality Tasmanian produce, and presenting impressive gift boxes and hampers for any occasion. Our selection of over 200 gourmet Tasmanian foods, wines, boutique beers and wines, timber gifts and beauty products are all produced by like minded local businesses and showcase Tasmania’s very best. Orders are delivered overnight to most areas, right to your door.

We have sought out our suppliers from across Tasmania and love to track down and support the small handcrafted producers. We are proud to be the first supplier for some of them in the state, outside their own kitchens and markets.

We have a unique "Create Your Own" section where you can choose from our diverse range of products to create your very own custom gift or choose from a selection of ready made hampers. All gifts are hand wrapped at time of order with care and love.

Corporate gifts are our speciality also and we can suggest the perfect choice for those important clients, valued employees or gifts for your next corporate event.

Contact name Melissa Agnew Scott
Phone 0403 158 094
Email sales@tasmaniangourmetgifts.com.au
Website www.tasmaniangourmetgifts.com.au

Tasmanian Gourmet Online

Tasmanian Gourmet Online is an online platform showcasing the finest Tasmanian produce. We represent over fifty Tasmanian producers and we deliver a Taste of Tasmania to homes across Australia.

The online business is a one stop online platform for Tasmanian food and wine.

All the products presented on our website are made and produced in Tasmania. We have carefully selected our products from all the different regions of Tasmania from the far North West region to the Huon Valley south of Hobart.

Many of the products come from small artisan producers scattered in remote areas and small towns across Tasmania. Some of the products we have listed have previously only been available at small farmers markets or the local corner store so we are excited about the opportunity of taking these products through our online platform to homes across Australia.

The diversity of products produced is quite amazing and it shows that Tasmania’s strong food culture is continuing.

The award winning Wellington Apiary honey whose bee hives are scatted across the foothills of kunanyi / Mount Wellington to the Pyengana Cheese Company who have been making cheddars in North East Tasmania for over a 100 years. These are two very good examples of the National recognition some of Tasmania products have continued to gain in recent years.

We have developed a number of gourmet food hampers including hot smoked salmon to a wide selection of cheeses from five different cheese makers. We have included in the hampers a selection of the many

Included on the website is a section on Tasmanian food and cooking books which tell the story of our food history an diversity along a section which showcases some of the wonderful products produced by crafts persons from our native timbers often salvaged from ancient lakes in the South West.

Contact name Duncan Garvey
Phone 0419 341 906
Email info@tasmaniangourmetonline.com.au
Website tasmaniangourmetonline.com.au

Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company

Contact name Tim Barbour
Phone 03 6391 8437
Email sales@gourmetsauce.com.au
Website www.gourmetsauce.com.au

Tasmanian Heritage

Tasmanian Heritage brand, owned by National Foods Ltd, produces a range of specialty cheeses made from the freshest Tasmanian ingredients and derived from European cheese-making technologies.

Tasmanian Heritage products have won the top award at the Australian Grand Dairy Awards and have also been awarded the world's best camembert at the Wisconsin cheese contest.

Phone 03 6433 9200
Email consumers@lionco.com
Website www.tasmanianheritage.com.au

Tasmanian Inn Cider – North West Bay Cider

Contact name David Bennett
Phone 0419 309 589
Email inncider@internode.on.net
Website www.inncider.com.au

Tasmanian Live Abalone

Contact name Mark Daft
Phone 03 6245 1744
Email info@tasliveabalone.com
Website www.tasliveabalone.com.au

Tasmanian Mountain Waters Exp

Tasmanian Mountain Waters is an exporter of premuium Tasmanian Spring water

TMWE sell premium spring water in Bag in Box packaging to Tasmanian supermarkets and to our newly developed export market in China. We also produce still and sparkling water in glass for sale to restaurants and on premise outlets

Contact name Jason Jones
Phone 0427 048 398
Email jason@tmwe.com.au
Website www.tasmanianmountainwaters.com.au

Tasmanian Octopus Products

Contact name Michael, Jan and Craig Hardy
Phone 03 6458 1278
Email octopustas@bigpond.com

Tasmanian Olive Council

The TOC is a Tasmanian sub-branch of the Australian Olive Association. We represent olive growers in all regions of the state, and are the sole Tasmanian olive industry association.

Olives grown in varying climates have different fatty acid profiles. Cool climate Tasmanian extra virgin olive oils have amongst the world's highest proportion (81-83%) of oleic acid, a mono-unsaturated fat. Correspondingly, our oil has very low levels of saturated fat. These factors make our olive oil highly nutritious. Tasmania extra virgin olive oils are now winning best of class/best of show in Australia's premier tasting events.

Contact name Robert Goddard
Phone 03 6268 1101
Email info@olivestasmania.com
Website www.australianolives.com.au/blog-detail/tasmanian-olive-council

Tasmanian Pate

An iconic 20 year Tasmanian brand producing pate that is sold around the country.

Tasmanian Pate is a well established local brand that processes and packages some of the states finest ingredients into pates which are shipped across the nation. The pates made come in a variety of flavours from traditional to more contemporary.

Contact name Justin Plummer
Phone 03 6231 4233
Email office@taspate.com.au
Website www.taspate.com.au

Tasmanian Quality Meats

Contact name Brian Oliver
Phone 03 6397 6593
Email admin@tasquality.com.au
Website www.tasmanianqualitymeats.com

Tasmanian Rock Lobster Fishermen’s Association (TRLFA)

The Tasmanian Rock Lobster Fishermen’s Association is a not for profit organisation formed in 1985 to represent the interests of rock lobster fisherss

The TRLFA Ltd is the Government recognised peak representative body for the commercial rock lobster fishery in Tasmania. Its role is to represent,advocate and promote the rights, best interests and views of its members to Government, regulatory bodies and non-government organisations. This role includes the promotion of the Tasmanian rock lobster fishery and southern rock lobster(jasus edwardsii) both nationally and internationally

Contact name John Sansom
Phone 0427 477 284
Email johnsansom1@bigpond.com
Website www.tasrocklobster.com

Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council

The Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council (TSIC) is the peak body representing the interests of wild capture fishers, marine farmers and seafood processors in Tasmania.

Tasmania is the largest producer of seafood by value in Australia and is a supplier of high quality fresh and frozen seafood produce to the 8 out of 10 Australians who buy seafood and to valuable export markets, principally in South-east Asia.

The Council works in conjunction with the industry sector groups to ensure that all sectors of industry are ecologically sustainable and make an ongoing economic contribution to the Tasmanian economy, particularly in regional areas.

The activities of the Council are overseen by a Board that is elected biannually by TSIC members. While the primary focus of TSIC as an industry representative organisation is on the generic issues that are 'cross sectoral' in nature, the industry sector groups focus more closely on the issues that are of concern specifically to their sector. Issues include management arrangements, compliance, research and market access.

Contact name Julian Harrington
Phone 03 6224 2332
Email tsic@tsic.org.au
Website www.tsic.org.au

Tasmanian Seafoods Pty Ltd

Allen Hansen is a former US Marine Corps Captain, whose hobby of abalone diving while living in California attracted him to Tasmania where he pioneered the commercial abalone export trade of Australia. He is responsible for establishing Tasmanian Seafoods Pty. Ltd. which, since its modest beginnings in 1969, has grown to be the largest processor of abalone in Australia.

Currently, the processing of abalone is conducted in three factories, located at Smithton and Margate in Tasmania. Tasmanian Seafoods depots are well positioned to assist in providing the freshest abalone for export as it is sourced from Australia’s southern oceans surrounding Tasmania, the south coast of Victoria and Western Australia. The result is a well organised network, which maintains supplies of abalone to be processed for export on a regular basis.

Contact name Allen Hansen
Phone 03 6452 1275
Email smithton@tasmanianseafoods.com.au
Website www.tasmanianseafoods.com.au

Tasmanian Whisky Academy

The Tasmanian Whisky Academy is an education experience celebrating the growing distilling and brewing industries in Tasmania. 

The Tasmanian Whisky Academy runs whisky distilling courses in Tasmania, which celebrate the emerging craft distilling and brewing scene in Tasmania. This includes the General Certificate of Distilling with the Institute of Brewing and Distilling, and the Introduction to Distilling course - run at the internationally celebrated Sullivans Cove Distillery and the Moo Brew Brewery, students are guided through the process from grain, to brewing, to distilling to barrel to bottle.

The Academy holds a range of courses, and the Tasmanian Introduction to Distilling is designed as the ideal starting point for people at all stages of whisky interest. Run over 1-2 days, the course showcases Tasmanian whisky and visits iconic distilleries, including Sullivans Cove and Nonesuch Distilleries and the landscapes around Hobart.

 Description

The Tasmanian Whisky Academy provides a pathway for people interested in learning about distilling in the Asia-Pacific region. Courses are available for beginners, enthusiasts and industry people who want to learn distilling skills or improve their position in the industry. The Academy also provides a link to the Tasmanian distilling industry and is proud to provide connection to the Tasmanian and Australian whisky industry.

Contact name Anne Gigney
Phone 0419 431 280
Email Info@whiskyacademy.com.au
Website www.whiskyacademy.com.au

Tasmanian Whisky Tours

Tasmanian Whisky Tours gives you the opportunity to visit 3-4 distilleries in a single day.  

Taste up to ten Tasmanian single malt whiskies, meet the whisky makers and  go behind the scenes of the distillation process. All while being guided and driven through spectacular Tasmanian landscapes from the Derwent Valley to the Central Highlands to the Tasman Peninsula. Seven of the nine distilleries are in Southern Tasmanian and on each tour you will have the opportunity to visit the estates, tour the distilleries and enjoy an inclusive picnic lunch of seasonal local Tasmanian produce from the famous Wursthaus Kitchen.

Contact name Brett Steel
Phone 0412 099 933
Email brett@tasmanianwhiskytours.com.au
Website www.tasmanianwhiskytours.com.au

Tassal Group Ltd

For over 28 years, Tassal has been bringing delicious, fresh and healthy Tasmanian Atlantic salmon from our pristine waters to your table.

Tassal commenced operations in 1986 and today is Australia’s largest aquaculture company with over 800 employees who are committed to providing Australians with sustainably and responsibly sourced salmon. Tassal produces fresh, smoked, canned and frozen salmon products and sell through Australian grocery and wholesale markets under the Tassal and Superior Gold brands. With passion and years of innovation and knowledge, the company is committed to bringing you the world’s most delicious salmon along with cooking tips and easy recipe ideas for every season and occasion.

Contact name Dale Williams
Phone 1300 827 725
Email tassal@tassal.com.au
Website www.tassal.com.au

Tassie Pure

Tassie Pure® sells a curated range of 100% premium Tasmanian food, beauty, wellness and lifestyle items and tailored g corporate/private gift sets.

Tassie Pure® is a 100% Tasmanian owned and operated business selling a curated range of premium Tasmanian food, beauty, wellness, lifestyle and gift items via a bilingual (Chinese/English) online store. We also sell a bespoke range of high-end gift sets for corporate (M.I.C.E) and private (weddings) functions. We offer the largest selection (300 and counting!) of Tasmanian items anywhere on the web and are the only store selling worldwide and in Mandarin Chinese. Our customers come from as close as Melbourne and as far away as Calgary. We offer a 'true taste of Tasmania'.

Contact name Candice Rafferty
Phone 0467 337 550
Email admin@tassiepure.com
Website www.tassiepure.com

Tassie Tallow

We manufacture grass fed tasmanian dripping for the gourmet food industry

Locally sourced fats made using traditional artisan production methods

Contact name Martin Waldhoff
Phone 0422 426 065
Email martinwaldhoff67@gmail.com
Website www.tassietallow.com.au

The Art of Tea

Tasmanian quality loose leaf tea specialists, with 130+ varieties of tea and herbal infusions.

Established in 2000, the Art of Tea is a 100% Tasmanian owned and operated business that provides artisan loose leaf teas and tisanes to tea lovers throughout Australia. We offer over 130 varieties for your health and enjoyment, which range from classic single estate teas to our award-winning signature blends. We like to source local ingredients wherever possible, and even offer a range of Tasmanian grown tea from the southernmost tea plantation in the world! All our products are created by hand at our warehouse in Kingston. Find us at our Bouteaque retail store in Battery Point, the Salamanca Markets every Saturday, our warehouse shop and online. We also supply our tea wholesale to numerous cafes, restaurants, providores and accommodation, and offer custom labels for special events and gifts!

Contact name Samantha Brown
Phone 03 6229 3136
Email teainfo@artoftea.com.au
Website www.artoftea.com.au

The Fudge A’Fare

Contact name Dannielle Quinn
Phone 03 6273 0531
Email thefudge@bigpond.net.au

The Lady Bakes

The Lady Bakes - a one lady show.  Utilising the state's abundant produce to create delicious cakes and timeless biscuits. 

Tasmanian products such as Callington Mill's Stoneground Spelt flour; Kate's Berry Farm Raspberry Jam; Piper's River free range eggs; Perth's honey; Duck River butter and Swansea's Walnuts.  Freshly baked to order in Swansea on Tasmania's East Coast.

Contact name Michaela Storer
Phone 0457 418 486
Email theladybakestasmania@gmail.com

The Local

The LOCAL is a food store and cafe using, promoting and supporting Tasmanian and in particular, Huon Valley region produce and products.

The Local sells a wide range of Tasmanian produce, including fresh fruit and vegetables, jams, chutneys, cheeses, and other gourmet products. We pride ourselves on building relationships directly with small scale producers, giving them a regular retail outlet for their goods. In the cafe, we try to use Tasmanian produce where possible. For example, we have chosen locally roasted Villino beans for our coffee, and Ashgrove for our milk, butter and cheese. We see ourselves as a destination for tourists, who want access to the amazing produce Tasmania has to offer, but also we encourage locals to shop local - to support the small producers in their community.

Contact name Daniel Green
Phone 0484 326 907
Email thelocalfoodstore@yahoo.com
Website www.facebook.com/thelocalhuonville

The Small Concern Whisky Distillery

Contact name David MacLennan
Phone 03 6424 7337
Email davidmaclennan@bigpond.com
Website www.tasmanianwhisky.com.au

The Tasmanian Honey Company

From the ancient forests of Tasmania our Leatherwood honey is sought after by connoisseurs all over the world. 

The Tasmanian Honey Company invites you to taste our raw, natural, wild and hand-crafted honey.  

Showcasing our Manuka, Meadow, Christmas Bush and Eucalyptus tastings as well as a few special honey that are only available from our showroom. 

Taste honey as it should “Bee” and learn all about where honey comes from and how it is processed.  The story is incredible.

Contact name Julian Wolfhagen
Phone 03 6398 2666
Email admin@tasmanianhoney.com
Website www.tasmanianhoney.com

The Two Metre Tall Company

Fiercely independent, we seek flavour, sustainability & truth of origin in the food we grow & make!

We are farmers brewing farmhouse ales & ciders in unique batches using farm grown ingredients from our own 600ha property in the Derwent Valley of Tasmania as well as ingredients sourced directly from farmers across the state.

 Barrel aging, spontaneous fermentations, experimentation and everything in between. Fruit in ale, sour cherries and more. 

Charlemont' is the name of our 600 ha farm on the banks of the Derwent River in southern Tasmania.  Just a short 40 minute drive from the heart of Hobart along the road towards the north west.  With just 20 inches average annual rainfall, our farm provides some rural challenges. Fortunately the plentiful Derwent River provides a bountiful water supply.

 We are a stone's throw from the historic hop fields at Bushy Park.

 We grow grain, hops & raise our herd of Black Angus/Wagyu cattle.

The old shearing shed was converted to house our brewery back in 2008.  The brewhouse itself used to be the St. Ives brewery in Battery Point, Hobart, installed back in the late 1980s. Rehoused on our farm, the old kettle & tanks are lovingly nurtured to life to help us on our journey to find a unique estate brewed beer.

 

 

 

Contact name Ashley and Jane Huntington
Phone 03 6261 1930
Email vertigo@2mt.com.au
Website 2mt.com.au

Thorpe Farm Produce

Thorpe Farm is a highly diversified broad acre, niche and boutique farming operation that has been run by seven generations of the Bignell family.

We are large scale commodity producers of wool and prime lambs running approximately 12,000 sheep on 2600ha and this is the financial base of our business. There is a nucleus flock of 150 milking ewes for a sheep milking and cheese making operation which also contribute maternal genetics to the crossbred meat flock.

The business runs a 140ha overhead irrigation scheme with the primary focus on growing poppies, lamb fodder crops and cereals for dairy farmers in the region. We also have 85ha of flood irrigation growing summer pasture which allows us to produce lambs for the premium mid-winter market. The business has heavily diversified over the last 40 years and been a key player in developing new industries for Tasmanian and Australian agriculture. John was a pioneer in developing deer farming techniques and the venison industry in Australia and was one of the first 4 people granted a deer farming permit.

In the late 80s we diversified again and moved into crossbred sheep breeds for meat and milk production. John built Tasmanians first sheep dairy and a farmhouse cheesery on the property and using his chef contacts and his experiences in France developed the very successful and award winning Tasmanian Highland Cheeses range of sheep and goat milk cheeses and yoghurts. The business also diversified into intensive horticulture and grew certified strawberry runners with our peak output being 2 million runners a year. Due to certification requirements the crop has to be rotated annually and to control weeds alternative crops were investigated post strawberry growing. We decided to focus on root vegetables and capitalize on our environmental advantages. European Horseradish, White Salsify, Schorzonera and Jerusalem Artichokes for the fresh veg market were chosen.

Thorpe Farm was also a pioneer in aquatic wasabi growing and helped promote a culture of sharing knowledge, growing techniques and collaboration to import superior genetics amongst interested growers. In the last five years some intensive research and evaluation of garlic varieties has been undertaken and we are now one of the state’s largest growers with an expected harvest of 12 tons this year.

Thorpe Farm is home to Australia’s oldest working watermill and we run the mill for tour groups and also have a second 180 year old stone mill used to grind flour for local bakers and wholefood stores around Hobart. As part of this business we also grow and mentor other growers to produce specialty grains for the milling sector with a focus on Spelt and Ryecorn.

Thorpe Farm has also been active in the food services sector running Paddock to Plate catering events, gastronomic tours and attending many food festivals across the state.

Contact name Will Bignell
Phone 0418 216 780
Email will@thorpefarm.com
Website www.thorpefarm.com

Three Peaks Organics

Organically Certified Blueberry Farm situated at Holwell in northern Tasmania.

The farms produces organically certified blueberries.

You can buy direct from the farm at the farmgate.

Contact name Trish Macfarlane
Phone 03 6396 3230
Email threepeaksorganics@gmail.com
Website www.facebook.com/threepeaksorganics

Tongola Cheese / Tongola Goat Products

We produce cheese from the milk of our goats, who have been raised on our farm, Leap Farm, located in the idyllic hills of the lower east coast of Tasmania. Our priorities are happy, healthy animals, which makes our cheese taste better. We are commit

Our goats cheese is handmade, on farm, from the milk of our Swiss Toggenburg goats, raised on Leap Farm. We focus on producing a small selection of traditional, european-style cheeses which are sold to the public for direct consumption and also to an extensive list of restaurants in Tasmania. Some cheese are also sold to restaurants interstate, occasionally.

Contact name Iain Field
Phone 0427 355 879
Email leap.farm@yahoo.com.au
Website www.tongola.com.au

Top Qual

Contact name Chris Knapek
Phone 03 6223 5999
Email chrisknapek@topqual.com.au
Website www.topqual.com.au

Trevallyn Grocer

The Trevallyn Grocer and delicatessen is located on Gorge Rd, Trevallyn on route to the famous and striking Cataract Gorge and only a quick 3 minute drive from the Launceston CBD.

We stock fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and dairy products and fine foods from Tasmania, the mainland and around the world (we also specialise in South African products) plus everyday supermarket lines... we also have a great range of Tasmanian wines, beers, ciders and spirits.
We have a fully serviced in house delicatessen with specialty cheeses, smallgoods, seafood and salads. Our store also offers a secure ATM, prepaid phone and internet top ups, Aurora PAYG and is an agent for Daisy Fresh Drycleaners.
So whether you are someone who delights in finding exciting and different foods - including a growing organic range, a tourist looking for some Tasmanian produce to take home, or a local resident who can’t face the trip to the big supermarket... we think you will be delighted with our store.
We are open: 8am – 7pm Mon – Fri
8am – 6pm Sat, Sun & Public Holidays

Contact name Jo McBain
Phone 03 6334 9588
Email info@trevallyngrocer.com
Website www.trevallyngrocer.com

Trio of Dips – Tasmania

Trio of Dips is a Tasmanian owned and operated business specialising in the production of Dips, Pestos and Sharing Plate Accessories using Tasmanian grown and produced ingredients. Trio of Dips takes particular pride in the use of locally grown products of which the majority are sourced from our local Harvest Farmers Market (Launceston).

Trio of Dips is a Tasmanian owned and operated business specialising in the production of Dips, Pestos and Sharing Plate Accessories using Tasmanian grown and produced ingredients. Trio of Dips takes particular pride in the use of locally grown products of which the majority are sourced from our local Harvest Farmers Market (Launceston).

Trio of Dips founder Sandy’s dip inspiration began in her childhood with her grandma’s ‘Liptauer’. A cheese and sweet paprika treat that would be thickly spread onto warm fresh bread. As it melted its aroma filled the household as well as a young girl’s imagination. A career as a flight attendant gave Sandy the opportunity to travel to many beautiful destinations and taste amazing food. But after ten years it was time for her wings to be clipped and with her husband Tristan, returned to her beloved homeland of Tasmania. With a dream and a list of delicious dips in hand Sandy and Tristan created their nest in Launceston, and in 2012 Trio of Dips was born. Trio of Dips offers customers a variety of delicious fresh dips proudly made using locally sourced produce.

Their own “urban garden” provides many of the ingredients for their delicious dips, including fresh herbs, citrus, zucchinis and cucumbers all of which influence their seasonal selections. All good things come in threes so you’ll find the smiling amigos, Sandy, Tristan and Magda weekly at Harvest Launceston Community Farmers’ Market offering free tastings and of course take home tubs.

Why not pop over and follow them on Facebook @Trio of Dips – Tasmania, you’ll be able to check out a special deals they have for pre orders exclusive to their followers.

So whether you’re entertaining friends, sharing a picnic with family or just enjoying a deliciously indulgent snack Trio of Dips has you covered.

 

 

Contact name Sandy & Tristan Stroud
Email trioofdips.tas@gmail.com
Website trioofdipstas.wix.com/trioofdips

Truffles Australis

Tasmania Truffle is an agribusiness based on the propagation of European black truffles in Tasmania, where counter-seasonal advantages create export potential in the Northern Hemisphere for the high-value, gourmet fungus.

Tasmanian Truffles is committed to producing the finest. Our products have been developed through years of experience and experimentation, alongside a dedicated team of food technicians. All our creations are hand crafted for outstanding quality and unparalleled flavour to deliver the ultimate truffle experience.

Based in Tasmania’s remote north, Tasmanian Truffles Pty Ltd is the home of Australia’s first black truffle. The cool climate and pristine environment set amongst the foothills of the Great Western Tiers mountain range provides ideal conditions. The result is a slow grown truffle, rich in aroma and expressing flavours unique as the surrounding environment – delivering truffle of a world class standard.

Contact name Tim Terry
Phone 03 6363 6194
Email tim@tastruffles.com.au
Website www.tastruffles.com.au

Turners Beach Berry Patch

A family owned berry farm and cafe in North West Tasmania.

We are located 10 minutes from Devonport on the Bass Highway. Our farm shop and cafe is open 7 days a week with lots of delicious treats. We are well known for our wood fired pizzas and our berry ice creams. We have lots of kids activities and room to play. A sandpit, hay maze, gumboot throwing, sack races and a calendar of events will keep everyone occupied. During season we have a large range of berries that can be bought pre picked or you can pick your own.

Contact name Craig Morris
Phone 03 6428 3967
Email craig@theberrypatch.com.au
Website www.theberrypatch.com.au

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Riesling stars in Halliday list

Ten of Australia's top 100 wines are Tasmanian, according to guru James Halliday, and one of the stars of his 2017 listing was a Devil's Corner 2016 Riesling awarded 97 points despite being in an under-$20 category. Brown Brothers Chief Executive, Ross Brown, said: “We bought our Tasmanian vineyards and wineries in 2010 because we ... wanted to have access to cool-climate-grown grapes and wine varieties such as pinot noir, riesling and pinot grigio that grow so well in Tasmania. We have found Brand Tasmania to be far stronger than we had anticipated. People are now looking for lively and refreshing wines and this exceptional Devil’s Corner 2016 Riesling superbly personifies the crisp minerality and the clean, green image that Tasmania is so known for.” Earlier, Tasmania winery Heemskerk won the James Halliday Trophy for Best Pinot Noir at the 2017 Royal Melbourne Wine Awards for its 2016 vintage. The Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy for Best Young Red Wine was awarded to Turkey Flat Vineyards in the Barossa Valley for its 2016 Grenache, the first time a wine of that variety has taken out the award.

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Boag lionises Tassie water

Pioneer Tasmanian brand-builder James Boag & Sons has launched a new multi-channel advertising campaign using the State's quality water as its central theme. Promoting James Boag Premium beer, the Born of Tasmanian Waters campaign devised by the Host/Havas agency, sets out to show that some of life's most extraordinary and fantastic components are found in Tasmania, with pure water as their common element. Without it, they wouldn't exist. A spokesman for Lion, owner of the Launceston Brewery, said: "James Boag has been brewing its beers continuously and exclusively in Tasmania since 1888, and it's our Tasmanian provenance that makes our beers truly special and unique among other premium beers. Of all the natural riches Tasmania offers, its pure water is the most special — so many remarkable and renowned things are born of it — and we are excited about our new campaign that highlights the quality of the water that goes into our beers". The campaign rolled out nationally in time for James Boag Premium's major sponsorship of the Melbourne Cup racing carnival.

5 December 2017, Edition 190

Spanish glory for local cider

Willie Smith's is basking in the glory of its inaugural international award. The Huon Valley business's limited-edition Somerset Redstreak Single Varietal cider won its class at the Spanish Cider Awards in November. The competition, in Hernani, near San Sebastian, was judged by an international committee of renowned cider tasters from the United States, Britain, Germany, France and Italy. Willie Smith's co-owner Sam Reid said: "It’s a massive thrill to be selected as Best Traditional English Cider at a European awards competition. In Australia we’ve got a bit of a tradition at beating the English at their own game and, so, it’s nice to be able to do this in cider now too!" Willie Smith's was the only Australian product to collect a trophy at the event.

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'Tazzy' pies a hit in Bonn

When Australian visitors to Bonn, Germany, feel a craving for a hot meat pie, help is at hand: Tasmanian Gareth Patterson's Tazzy Food Truck is doing a roaring trade in meat pies and other treats from Down Under. "We offer the best out of Australia," Mr Patterson, formerly of Hobart, said. "Try our handmade gourmet pies and be delighted. Fresh baked, delicious and hot ... smash one down! Fair Dinkum good!" Former Australian Deputy Prime Minister, Tim Fischer, took up the invitation in November. “It was uplifting and energising to enjoy great Tazzy Food on the left bank of the Rhine in Bonn,” Mr Fischer said. The van is one of several offering locals and visitors lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee options on the former West German capital's busy Kennedyallee. There was a queue at the Tazzy Food Truck at the time of Mr Fischer's visit. “As a former Trade Minister, I was delighted to indulge and to spread the word about Tasmania and Australia — something I have been doing since 1996 when I had to eat a Tasmanian oyster in Tokyo at 6am at a key fish market.” Mr Fischer was in Bonn in his new role as Chairman of Crop Trust, an international organisation dedicated to safeguarding the world's crop biodiversity.

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Chromy named tourism champion

Tasmanian tourism titan, Josef Chromy, OAM, was inducted as a Tasmanian Tourism Champion at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards in November. He was recognised for his contribution to the State’s tourism industry and on-going investment in accommodation projects. The CEO of the Tourism Industry Council Tasmania, Luke Martin, said “Joe’s impact on the wine industry in Tasmania is nothing short of remarkable. Throughout the '90s he purchased, cultivated and on-sold vineyards throughout the Tamar Valley that are now home to some of Tasmania’s most celebrated labels. His signature wine label and wine centre ... is among the finest wineries in Australia and has established a truly iconic wine experience on the doorstep to Launceston. Joe’s impact on the tourism industry in Launceston is unrivalled.” Josef Chromy Wines also won a gold medal in the awards' Tourism Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries category. Port Arthur Historic Site was judged top Major Tourist Attraction.

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Insect farmer's flavour focus

Louise Morris, a Tasmanian insect farmer, believes insects can play an important role in feeding a growing global population but cautions about how insect protein is produced. "What they eat impacts so much on how much greenhouse gas impact, how much water went into that," Ms Morris told the ABC. "If you're essentially feeding them chicken food … you're not really making a huge impact [on the environment]." Ms Morris, who co-founded the Insect Protein Association of Australia, farms crickets, mealworms and Queensland wood cockroaches in northern Tasmania. She uses vegetable waste from local farms to feed her insects and said feeding insects different vegetables can affect their taste. "We're really focused with a few restaurants who are wanting to work with our insects … on bespoke insect flavours," she said. "It's creating a whole new income stream, employment opportunities and a product which really is 'brand Tasmania', because we are closed-looping it." According to some research about 80 per cent of the world's people consume insects as part of their regular diet. Ms Morris aims to have her insects on Tasmanian dinner plates in 2018.

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Village olive oil raises a grin

Village Olive Grove of Grindelwald won a trophy and a gold medal at the 2017 Australian International Olive Awards for producing the best extra virgin olive oil in Tasmania. Allen and Barbara Baird have tended 830 Frantoio trees on a 2.5ha Tamar Valley property for 12 years. Mr Baird said: “The Australian International Olive Awards are the national benchmark. We got a bronze medal in 2014 and 2015, silver in 2016 and now gold. Tasmanian olive oil has consistently won awards over the years because of our cool-climate conditions.” Village Olive Grove’s oil has also won silver and bronze medals at the Royal Hobart Fine Food Awards. Tasmanian producers were awarded 20 medals at the Australian International Olive Awards, including three gold, eight silver and nine bronze. The other gold medal winners were Cradle Coast Olives at Abbotsham and Lentara Grove at Exeter.

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Local gin wins in Hong Kong

Tasmania's Dasher + Fisher Mountain Gin has collected a trophy and gold medal at Hong Kong's 2017 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine and Spirit Competition. The Devonport-made tipple was judged the international event's Best London Dry Gin. Southern Wild Distillery owner George Burgess posted on Facebook: “We are beyond thrilled with the announcement that the industry’s most highly respected competition has announced us as the winner of the best gin category, and we are bursting at the seams with pride. Even more overwhelming is that there were 247 per cent more gin entries this year compared to last year." The Tasmanian gin label is only one year old, but it also collected a silver medal in the contemporary style gin category for its Dasher + Fisher Ocean Gin and a bronze in the same category for its Dasher + Fisher Meadow Gin. Mr Burgess, a converted food scientist, recently launched new gins flavoured with damson plums and sloe berries.

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