Get your cake on with Foodland

South Australians are being invited to get their decoration on, with the launch of Foodland’s ‘Mighty South Aussie Cake Off’.

In absence of the Royal Adelaide Show and to support the South Australian Country Women’s Association (SACWA), Foodland has created this competition as part of the 2020 ‘Show At Home’ festivities.

To keep things virtual, entrants for the competition will simply need to upload a photo of their spectacular cake creation to theshowathome.com.au/cakeoff to go in the running to win an amazing range of prizes.

“Not only is this a fun initiative you can involve the whole family in, but this is a great way to show support for mighty South Australian organisation like the SACWA,” says Chief Executive Officer at Foodland Supermarket, Franklin dos Santos.

State President of the SACWA, Roslyn Schumann expresses her excitement for the competition: “As an association, SACWA Members are known for our cooking skills and I would encourage people across South Australia to participate in this ‘creative’ competition to support #TheShowAtHome.

“We thank Foodland and the sponsors of the Mighty South Aussie Cake Off for their valued support and good luck to all entrants.”

The competitions sponsors are CSR, GLAD, Nestle, White Wings and Western Star, with part proceeds of the competition going directly to the South Australian Country Women’s Association.

Competition opens 17 August, and closes 13 September 2020.

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