Posted November 25, 2018 09:16:53A holiday celebrating the end of the winter holidays and the start of the new year is set to take place in 2019.
The keto festival is due to take on the name “Keto Holiday” this year.
This will coincide with the end to the long-running Holiday Nutcracker competition, which has been running in Adelaide for the past 12 years.
The contest is a competition for the most keto foods and desserts.
It has seen over 300,000 entries over the past year.
“The holiday will be about the love of food and how it can be enjoyed in a fun and delicious way,” Keto Festival director Rebecca Sowden said.
“For those who have been in the food industry for a while, you can imagine the thrill of finding out that you’re a contender in the Nutcrack competition and having to compete in that competition.”
Keto is about the joy of finding something that is healthy, delicious and delicious in a way that you’ve never experienced before.
“The festival is currently in its seventh year and has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the South Australian Government.”
It is such a big honour to be able to work with the South Australia Government and our industry partners to ensure that the festival has a sustainable and sustainable future,” Ms Sowdens sister, Rebecca, said.
The festival will run from December 3 to December 15 and is expected to attract over 2,000 people.
The event will also include food trucks and stalls selling the best local food in the Adelaide area.