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- Byron Bay CrackersAt byron bay crackers, our savoury crackers are handmade in small batches. We hand roll and hand cut each cracker before baking them to golden perfection. We guess that makes them artisan crackers. The original byron bay crackers recipe is filled with the goodness of flaxseeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds. It’s a slightly salted cracker with a toasty flavour that is totally addictive! eat them naked (clothing optional) for an anytime savoury snack. Just don’t leave any crumbs! perfect your platter and look like a gourmet stack your crackers with goat cheese, your favourite nut butter, a slice of salumi or some robust cheddar. take a dip into hummus or guacamoleByron Food HubByron Food Hub is a new multi-unit commercial facility for food production, distribution and sales being built in the Mullumbimby Industrial Area to service the expansion and development of Byron Shire food products. The proposal will provide fully-serviced adaptable work spaces and commercial kitchen infrastructure to allow customised setups to suit most food production requirements. These units can be interconnected, providing floor areas ranging from 101sqm to 943sqm, including optional mezzanines. Additionally, for a limited time, larger sites up to 3,500sqm are available for the development of custom-built food production premises. Call Richard on 0431339004 for further information.Byron Shire Echo and echo.net.auEveryone reads The Echo. With 23,200 copies distributed each week and 90,000 unique visitors per month online, the independent Byron Shire Echo, which has a dedicated Food and Wine section, is a great supporter of the local producers and restaurants that help make our region unique. It's also the most powerful advertising medium to reach visitors to the area, and locals.Byron Bay GiftsEnjoy our collection of gourmet hampers because they look stylish, taste amazing and it feels great to be supporting local. We deliver Byron Bay Gifts Australia-wide so everyone can enjoy our amazing Byron Bay products.Dollars Making Sense from Cam HoganI provide pop in accounting services to businesses of all sizes. I specialise in food manufacturing and product costing to ensure clients know what margin and profit they are making. I am also strong on business profitability improvement and am a Xero Adviser.CanvasCatering business - food and beverage primarily at events in the Northern Rivers region, and other NSW locations from time to timeCape Byron DistilleryAt Cape Byron Distillery we keep true to the time honoured traditions and art of distillation whilst creating spirits that capture and showcase the unique terroir of the Northern Rivers (greater Byron Bay region). We have a passion for excellence, sustainability and giving back to our local community. Brookie’s Gin is produced at our farm distillery (Cape Byron Distillery) in the hinterland of Byron Bay, in the heart of our macadamia orchard surrounded by subtropical rainforest. Brookie’s Byron Dry Gin is a true exploration of Australian Native Botanicals unique to the Northern Rivers Region, foraged from the heart of the rainforest. A traditional “dry style” Gin, Brookie’s is a beautifully balanced combination of the finest traditional and local botanicals, trickle distilled in a custom handmade copper pot still. “We are in no rush when it comes to quality, the best things in life take time” Jim McEwanByron Bush FoodOur family recently purchased a one acre Davidson Plum orchard in Nashua NSW. We have just finished our first harvest and are now keen to join the broader food community to share our beautiful fruit. We have been selling as whole frozen fruit and have also had a good amount freeze-dried to sell at the Byron Farmers Markets from July this year.Cheeses Loves YouJim and Debra Allard restarted the family dairy in 2017. With a new Jersey herd Jim provides beautiful fresh milk for Debra to craft into 25 different cheeses. Most of the cheese is sold at various farmers markets in the area and a hand full of restaurants and local shops. Debra was the NSW State Winner of the 2018 Delicious Produce Awards with her Velvet Chausette. The idea is to stay small and produce quality cheese without preservatives or additives.Church FarmChurch Farm General Store is a local NNSW business created by partners Amanda Callan and Andrew Morris. They have turned their rural roadside stall into an online 'general store'. The duo now do the local New Brighton and Mullumbimby Farmers markets where they sell fresh produce aswell as things they make including soaps, sauces, curry pastes and pickles. Amanda and Andrew and their two boys Banjo & Percy live in the old Catholic church in Billinudgel, NSW.Common People BrewingLocated in Bangalow, in the heart of the Byron Hinterland, Common People Brewing Co is your new home away from home. A craft brewery production facility with a tasting room, it's warm and inviting in winter with our comfy couches and fireplace and cool and refreshing in summer on our purpose built outdoor deck. It's a great place to relax with your friends and family. We pride ourselves on showcasing everything that makes our area great - from local seasonal produce, to engaging small businesses, to even paying homage to the area in our can design. Four-legged friends are welcome too!Paradiso TeahouseParadiso Teahouse is a long held, heart felt vision to create a charming vintage setting that transports you to another time, and brings together friends to leisurely devour a delicious afternoon tea while having drawn out conversations. A great amount of time and effort have been engaged in to create Paradiso Teahouse so far, and we are working hard to have an opening date this year. We aim to be a very small business with selective events who cater to lovers of vintage style, champagne, tea and scones!Destination North CoastDestination Network charged with sustainably growing the North Coast visitor economy. This involves working with rural and hinterland areas to grow local visitor economies that can benefit from increased tourism and to help mature destinations that are impacted by high tourist numbers in peak times (e.g. those in prime coastal areas) to plan and manage tourism.