• Partners and Supporters

    Thank you to our 2018 partners, sponsors and supporters. Thanks to their valued support, our 2018 campaign was bigger, better and more exciting than ever! Watch this space for our 2019 sponsors. Coming soon!

    Principle Partner

    Bayer Australia

    Working to Create Value Through Innovation and Growth.


    Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the Life Science fields of healthcare and agriculture. Its products and services are designed to benefit people and improve their quality of life. The company has operated in Australia since 1925 and has a long term commitment to the health and nutrition of all Australians.


    Locally, Bayer currently employs almost 900 people across the country and is dedicated to servicing the needs of rural Australia and the local community. Bayer is deeply committed to research and development and has a strong tradition of innovation. The company’s focus on people, partnerships and innovation underpins all aspects of its operations.


    To discover more about Bayer visit www.bayer.com.au





    Marley Spoon

    Marley Spoon delivers fresh ingredients and easy-to-follow 30 minute recipes to your door, so you can cook quick and easy dinners every night of the week. They are passionate about bringing delicious meals to your dinner table without the stress, so you can skip the supermarket and simply click and cook with Marley Spoon. Choose from 12 different recipes every week including healthy choice, family friendly and vegetarian options. All ingredients are sourced from local suppliers and delivered to your door perfectly pre-portioned, so you are always cooking up new, seasonal ingredients without the waste.




    FareShare rescues surplus food and cooks free, nutritious meals for people doing it tough. More than 4 million Australians have experienced food insecurity in the last 12 months. From its’ Melbourne and Brisbane kitchens FareShare cooks 12,000 free, nutritious meals every day for people who can’t afford them. FareShare meals are given away free to charities such as soup vans, homeless shelters, women’s refuges and crisis centres. FareShare is committed to making every meal count nutritionally by packing in a diverse range of vegetables. This year FareShare chefs and volunteers aim to cook 3.5 million meals.



    Major Partner

    Scanpan; Pro-IQ Cookware

    Quality, Performance & Durability + Sustainability without Compromise.


    Scanpan were the first to develop a true non-stick pan without use of PFOA, in fact the non-stick finish is completely free from PFOA in all stages of manufacture. Due to this revolutionary finish the need for oil or fat when cooking is minimised resulting in healthier cooking while braising, searing and deglazing can still be achieved with ease. With an under-layer of ceramic titanium which is fired onto the surface at twice the speed of sound the surface is ten times harder than steel, tough enough to even use with metal utensils, and are oven safe to 260°C.


    All non-stick cookware from Scanpan is manufactured in the company’s factory in Denmark where the squeeze-cast bases provide perfect heat distribution across the pan and are guaranteed not to warp. Still cast by hand the body of the pan is created using recycled aluminium which uses only 10% of the energy and creates only 5% of the waste compared to using newly sourced aluminium - even the packaging is made from 100% recycled materials. Pro-IQ is high-performance cookware that is compatible with all cooktops, including induction.


    To discover more about Scanpan visit www.scanpan.com.au



    Major Partner


    A surge in popularity for preserving home-grown fruit and
    vegetables and storing food in jars rather than plastic for
    its health benefits has catapulted the Kilner jar into the
    limelight in recent times.
    Freshness is key when storing food and the ‘Fresh Storage’
    collection by Kilner makes it simple. Made from durable
    borosilicate glass the range is freezer, oven and microwave
    safe and is stackable, saving space in your refrigerator or
    pantry, and a sustainable alternative to plastic that can be
    used throughout the cooking process, from
    conception to consumption.



    Major Partner


    American chef, author and television personality Julia
    Child was among the first culinary experts to hail the food
    processor as a revolutionary kitchen appliance, calling it
    “one of the great inventions”* when it was introduced to
    America in 1973 by the late
    Cuisinart founder, Carl Sontheimer.
    The Cuisinart Mini-prep Food Processor effortlessly
    handles a variety of food preparation tasks such as
    chopping, grinding and pureeing. The SmartPower blade
    has the patented auto-reversing ability with a sharp edge
    for delicate chopping and pureeing soft foods, while the
    blunt edge grinds through spices and harder foods.



    Brand Ambassador

    Olivia Andrews; Marley Spoon

    Olivia Andrews is a cookbook author, food writer and co-founder of the hugely popular recipe kit delivery service, Marley Spoon. Over the past 13 years, Olivia has worked for some of Australia’s most prestigious food magazines and TV shows, including delicious, SBS Feast, Destination Flavour, MasterChef and The Biggest Loser.


    Her cookbooks Whole Food Slow Cooked and Healthy Thermo Cooking For Busy Families showcase Olivia’s food philosophy of making healthy eating accessible to everyday cooks. She believes good eating begins in the family and from a young age. Her healthy, flavour-packed recipes combine global influences with nutritional balance and a generous approach to vegetables which will be explored in her next book released May 2019.



    Brand Ambassador

    Rachel Potter, The Waste Free Chef

    Rachel Cambridge-Potter is a permaculture chef and educator and has used her former career in education to become one of Australia’s leading zero-waste culinary educators. She teaches waste-wise culinary classes along the East Coast of Australia, beekeeping workshops, and has her own cooking school in Sydney’s North Shore.