Australian Cheese hits the market
Move over Australian beer, its time to get healthy with a new range of Australian cheese now available in the market.
The Australians are here to spruce up the fine dining in the city with their delectable array of cheese. The wine and cheese combo can never go wrong and with the special cheese transported all the way from Victoria, Australia. Victorian Minister for Regional and Rural Development, Ms Allan was here in the city to promote Victorian milk products and she strongly believed that the city to be a feasible market for it. More and more people today are open to go that extra mile to dine in style. The Leela Palace Hotel played host to this collaboration between India and Australia in an effort to take the bilateral relationship between the two countries to a new level. The strong demand for specialty cheese that throngs departmental stores will get a new definition with cheese from Victoria.
After capping off a meeting with Karnataka State’s Labour Minister, Bache Gowda, Ms Allan complimented the recent developments of India and Australia expecting to launch negotiations soon on Free Trade Agreement to enhance bilateral commerce.
The event showcased traditional food and wine from the State of Victoria. There is visibly a strong demand for Victorian dairy products, especially milk powders, butter oil and specialty cheese. Among the presented products were Bemco, Ballantyne, Lemnos Foods and Bendigo wine label Pondalowie. “Victoria’s food industry is one of the largest manufacturing sectors in Victoria, directly employing more than 54000 people. Successive waves of immigration have turned us into a cosmopolitan food bowl making everything from fetta cheese to truffles.” Ms Allan said. From the Yara Valley and the High Country to the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria abounds in great wine making regions coupled with the growing food industry. Ms Allan added, “When it comes to food, Victoria does more than haul coal to Newcastle – we export olive oil to Europe, so who knows? One day we might export yoghurt to India. India has strong demand for dairy products all of which Victorian producers excel in.”
Soon there could be days when plain old vada gets substituted with specialty cheese and super Karnataka filter coffee with wine. It’s all about finesse.
The cheese will be soon available at all leading markets.