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2018 Orange FOOD Week

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Have you booked your events for F.O.O.D Week in Orange?

Running from 6-15 April, Orange F.O.O.D Week is Australia’s longest running regional food festival! There are over 80 events to choose from showcasing the amazing produce and wine available in the region.

Signature Events
- Orange F.O.O.D Week Night Market on Friday 6 April
- F.O.O.D HQ, open daily (except Saturday 14 April) 6 – 15 April from 9am 5pm at the Orange Visitor Information Centre and Regional Museum
- Autumn Grazing Dinner in Blayney on Monday 9 April
- Sunday Producer’s Market Sunday 15 April in Cook Park
- F.O.O.D Train, Friday 13 – Sunday 15 April
- Forage, Saturday 14 April

Check out the full program of events at:

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F.O.O.D Week (Food of Orange District) is Australia’s longest-running regional food festival. It is held in the emerging cool-climate wine region of Orange in New South Wales, and was recently named one of the states’ premium events by Destination NSW.

Founded in 1991 by a group of passionate local foodies and vignerons, F.O.O.D Week was created with an ethos of showcasing the region’s excellent fresh produce and award-winning cool climate wine, as well to provide a platform for its clever food producers, providores and innovative chefs, cooks and caterers.

Run by a voluntary committee, F.O.O.D Week Inc., with support from the local tourism marketing office of Brand Orange, the objective of the festival is to promote the diverse and excellent regional produce from the district covering the three local government areas of Orange, Blayney and Cabonne.

The festival incorporates a number of signature events designed to appeal to both residents and visitors, as well as over 100 satellite events held by local restaurants, cafes and wineries – resulting in a ten-day feast of the senses that you won’t want to miss, and will keep coming back for again and again.