IMPORTANT: In order to be considered eligible for A Taste of the Huon Festival, stallholders must be able to demonstrate that their produce and/or beverage and/or products are sourced wholly or partly from the Huon Valley, D’Entrecasteaux Channel and/or Bruny Island regions. This will be a main part of your menu.

The Committee understand that not every component of your menu can be sourced from the regions, but request that where possible you shop locally for Tasmanian produce, as this will help reinforce the Tasmanian Brand.

Please provide as much information about your menu and list all products that will be used, the more detail you provide, the easier it will be for the selection Committee to assess your application. You may add extra sheets of information.

PLEASE NOTE: You may be requested by the Festival Coordinator or Committee Member to provide evidence or receipts to support your application on the days of the festival.

Please do not assume that because you were successfully selected in past years that your application will be automatically accepted. Your menu and previous presentation of your stall will be taken into consideration when your application is being assessed but must adhere again to the guidelines.

Patron feedback from recent festivals indicated that meals have been too large and too expensive. Small ‘Taste Plates’ are more acceptable. Please remember the majority of our patrons are families.

PLEASE NOTE: As part of this year’s application, you will be required to produce and sell at least one Taste plate on your menu at a low cost and detail it in your food menu.

This year we will be identifying Gluten Free and Vegan dishes on the program, so please list or tick in the application form menu section if you have this option available.

All stallholders at A Taste of the Huon 2020 will be expected to have biodegradable packaging to assist us in our plight to be more environmentally friendly.

RAFFLES / COMPETITIONS: Raffles and competition activities on your stall are not permitted.