|Foraging with QT hotels|
...across the Tasman Sea, in Australia, QT Hotels & Resorts also works with local growers and farmers. In a move set to alter industry standards in Australia, this hip designer hotel group is changing the face of its food supply chain to bring some seasonal and specialised produce straight from the producer to the plate.
With the appointment of Georgie Neal to the newly created role of Forager, her role will see Georgie establishing a close working relationship with farmers and growers nationwide in order to utilise to source fresh, seasonal produce for its award-winning restaurants including Gowings Bar and Grill, Capitol Bar and Grill and the QT Resorts' interactive marketplace concept Bazaar.
Georgie Neal, is passionate about the importance of supporting local growers. Since its entrance onto the hotel scene in 2011, QT Hotels & Resorts has continued to surprise and delight visitors with its ability to create hotels and resorts which are innovative, inspiring, and truly reflect and promote the regions they operate in.
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