Join BRCA and BHA for an unforgettable food festival promoting sustainability in Bali. Indulge in local dishes and drinks, enjoy live music, participate in workshops and activities, and support charitable causes.
With a commitment to preserving the beauty of Bali and supporting local communities, Bali Restaurant and Café Association (BRCA) and Bali Hotel Association (BHA) are proud to present this year’s community initiative for a greener future for Bali!
The Sustainable Food Festival 2023 aims to celebrate local innovators, producers, and suppliers while advocating for sustainable practices in the culinary industry. The event will be running from 30 June to 15 July 2023 – where ‘Sip and Savour’ will officially launch on 7 July 2023 on the lawn of Hatten Wine Sanur at 4 pm.
This event is beyond just a food festival with key highlights, such as:
Food and Beverage Bazar – Celebrated chefs and beverage experts will dazzle the crowd with various dishes and drinks crafted with local products.
Service providers – discover local, sustainable products and services available in Bali.
Live music – local musicians and entertainers will raise funds for those in need.
Recycle-Upcycle – lets kids and adults indulge in fun activities.
Charitable Foundations – Meet the personalities behind the charities who work tirelessly to provide for those in need and learn how you can help.
Cooking Classes – innovative chefs focussed on reducing, reusing, and recycling share their tips.
Workshops – learn to build a sustainable business with the Sustainability Partners.
Community fundraising – selected Bali charities will receive 20% of sales generated by this event.
“Our mission at BRCA is to develop and ensure all restaurants and cafes in Bali implement sustainable practices so that Bali can remain a world-class culinary destination. With this festival, our association, it’s members and sustainability partners, will be joining forces to showcase our values, sharing them to the public to create awareness of those fighting for sustainable tourism in Bali and to attract like-minded people to join our cause” says Chris Salans, chef/owner Mozaic restaurant Ubud, also co-founder of BRCA.
“BRCA is focused on building relationships with local suppliers and producers as well as preserving local heritage. Purchasing local, seasonal ingredients often means purchasing the best possible product and being sustainable too. Join us at SIP AND SAVOUR where the best of local produce and innovative sustainable practice are on show” says Dean Keddell, chef/owner Ginger Moon Canteen and Jackson Lily’s, also co-founder of BRCA.
The admission ticket costs IDR 100,000, including a welcome cocktail, wine, and beer. Tickets are now on sale, so get yours before the event starts due to limited availability.
For more information on where to purchase tickets or how to become a BRCA member and sponsor, please email Rani at: email@example.com.