Wholesome goodies for food tour participants


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 10 Jul 2003

PETALING JAYA: Participants of the Flavours Penang Gourmet Tour 2003 will get a chance to sample goodies such as VeGood drinks, salmon spread with biscuits, light tuna in olive oil and baked beans, all products under Ayam brand’s light range. 

The wholesome snacks and drinks worth RM3,157 – to be given to the 40 participants from the Klang Valley, Selangor, Johor, Perak and Singapore during the July 18 to 20 tour – are supplied by A. Clouet and Co (KL) Sdn Bhd. 

Its marketing communication executive Khoo Wooi Ling said the company was pleased to be part of the tour since it was involved in the food industry. 

SNACKS: Khoo (right) and Cheong holding up a poster showing some of A. Clouet and Co (KL) Sdn Bhd's light range of products in Petaling Jaya on Wednesday.

“Participants can try out our products during their journey on the bus. This is healthy food since all of our light range products contain 30% less salt, sugar and fat,” she said after presenting the hampers to Star Publications (M) Bhd's senior marketing services executive Victor Cheong yesterday. 

The tour includes visiting popular Penang food spots, sampling various types of cooking ranging from hawker food to Penang nyonya cuisine, attending cooking demonstrations, and visiting heritage sites in George Town. 

The event is aimed at promoting culinary adventure and is organised by The Star and Flavours with the co-operation of the Penang State Tourism Council, Cititel Penang, Tanjung Country Club and Nyonya Secrets.  

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