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Seeking local food producers in the Coromandel

14 September 2018

We are in the process of compiling the 2019 edition of The Coromandel Food Collective’s Food Trail Guide. Any cafes, restaurants and food producers that are interested in being in the guide should get in touch with us now.

The Coromandel Food Trail Guide is one of our most frequently downloaded items from our website.It is also available on Destinations Coromandel website and can found at i-SITE  and information centres in our district and our council offices. 

Presenting a variety of local food and bevrage offerings the guide showcases the Coromandel's appeal as a destination for lovers of artisan beer, local seafood, produce, honey, cheese, meats and tantalising condiments.

This will be the third year we have produced the guide, supported by a targeted campaign aimed at promoting niche food products that are produced on the Coromandel.

The new 2019 guide will have a fresh new look and will continue to be a popular reference for visitors to the Coromandel seeking out places to eat.

Businesses that would like to be included in the guide pay $200 (+ GST), to help cover costs of production and will feature on our regional tourism organisation, Destination Coromandel's home grown food section here.

By listing in the guide you will also benefit from marketing and social media support from our Council and Destination Coromandel, including the opportunity to host media and food writers.

The Coromandel is an increasingly popular destination for food lovers and we are often approached by media about the guide. The Coromandel Food Trail featured in a summer edition of Taste Magazine last year and we also distribute it at the Auckland Food Show, where we have a stand every year

If you would like more information on the guide contact Dana Little on 0278222868 or