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Food and drink producers: Register your interest for our Coromandel Food Trail Guide 2023

17 November 2022

The 2023 edition of the Coromandel Food Collective’s Food Trail Guide is underway and receiving a fresh new look in preparation for the year ahead.

Coromandel Food Trail Guide

Our Council’s popular guide has been a mainstay for local food and beverage producers over the years, helping to promote niche products that are grown or produced on the Coromandel – so if you think your homegrown offerings should be on the menu, now’s the time to get in contact with us.

From artisan beer and gin, specialty cheeses and tantalising condiments to succulent seafood and menus championing local produce, our 2023 Coromandel Food Trail Guide is the perfect way to showcase the delicious offerings unique to our region.

“Despite recent setbacks for the hospitality industry created by COVID, the Coromandel needs to continue to build on its reputation as a destination for food lovers. We can be very proud of the quality and creativity of our locally produced food, products and beverages,” says Laurna White, Economic Development and Communications Group Manager.

“The guide gets a lot of interest from media and the hospitality industry, so this is a great way for our local producers to get the message out about all that we can offer as a foodie destination.” 

Register your interest before Tuesday 20 December, 2022

To be considered for inclusion in the 2023 Coromandel Food Trail Guide, your business needs to be either making or selling local homegrown products and/or produce.

If you’d like to be considered for inclusion, please register using our online form here, sharing your business name and the details requested, before Tuesday 20 December.

If you have any questions, please contact Cathy Spencer on

A downloadable version of the new guide will be available next year at, at Destination Coromandel, as well as hard copies at information centres and our Council offices.