THE coronavirus pandemic may have applied the brakes to countless industries, however it could be argued regional produce thrived under the lockdown conditions.
A variety of regionally-based products gained notoriety in recent months and some of the most popular are set to be displayed during Moree on a Plate Food and Wine Festival this Saturday.
The event was forced into hiatus in 2020, due to the pandemic, but now foodies and producers alike are gearing up to descend on the Moree Secondary College on Saturday.
Moree on a Plate president Chloe Hayes said the festival had remained defiant in the face of both drought, a global pandemic, and most recently a flood.
“While we had no option but to…