To celebrate International Women’s Day, Fairfax Media’s premium food brand Good Food is showcasing the women making waves in Australia’s food, wine and beer industries.
Available with Fairfax’s print mastheads, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, and online on Tuesday March 6 ahead of International Women’s Day (Thursday March 8), the Good Food special issue includes the female chefs, producers, wine and beer makers and distillers who stand out in their field. The special issue profiles these women from restaurants in Tassie, vineyards in Victoria and beer brewers in Queensland and is written, reviewed and edited all by an all-female editorial team.
On the cover is Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo, an Aboriginal elder in Sydney who trains Australia’s next generation of indigenous hospitality workers and also works to educate many internationally renowned chefs, including notable chef René Redzepi, about native Australian ingredients.
“To mark International Women’s Day, we wanted to pay particular attention and recognise the women in Australia who contribute to keeping food and wine standards high and who innovate in our industry,” said Ardyn Bernoth, national editor Good Food.
“In this issue of Good Food, we cover the female trailblazers of the food industry, women in the kitchen but also out in the field as farmers, cheesemakers and truffle hunters because great food and drink starts well before what people experience in a restaurant. Congratulations to those included as well as those around them supporting their efforts.”
A full list can be found in the Good Food magazine or online at goodfood.com.au.