Australian Pork Supporting Inspirational Foodservice Stories 

WITH PORK NOW AUSTRALIA’S SECOND-FAVOURITE PROTEIN, it’s no wonder that Australia’s foodservice professionals are also embracing this affordable and versatile meat.

Australian Pork Limited has ramped up its ongoing efforts to support the foodservice market by introducing a new program, Inspired by Australian Pork, which is providing menu suggestions and ideas, plus running a series of industry symposiums on topics to help enhance foodservice businesses.

“Australia’s foodservice scene is diverse and this program is about embracing that diversity, by providing education, events and inspiration,” said Inspired by Australian Pork’s Venessa Barnes.

“Aussie love their pork and it’s now overtaken beef to become our second-favourite meat behind chicken. This versatile protein provides a chance to satisfy customers and deliver a healthy bottom line.

And now Inspired by Pork has added sponsorship of the Talk’n Chef series of inspirational foodservice stories.

Available online to view or download, the Talk’n Chef video interviews are hosted by well-known chef Adam Moore and present insightful stories of industry professionals who have overcome challenges, showcasing the resilience and commitment that typifies the foodservice market.

Naomi Lowry shares her courageous story

The latest Talk’n Chef video features an interview with Naomi Lowry, who speaks candidly about her journey as a chef, her love of Australian produce including pork, and her personal struggle in dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis while running her own restaurant.

“We’re proud to be able to bring this kind of inspirational content to Australia’s foodservice market,” Venessa said. “We have long been dedicated to supporting chefs and foodservice professionals and we hope that by sharing these stories through Talk’n Chef and similar initiatives, we can play a positive role in helping to encourage and foster resilience, determination and the drive to succeed and overcome adversity.”

You can watch the full version of Naomi’s interview at or on the Inspired by Australian Pork website