Turban Chopsticks picked up eight awards in one week while it relocates to larger premises.
EIGHT awards in two states within one week has just spiced up the life of Turban Chopsticks director Mei Yong.
This month, the Indian and Asian natural food range impressed judges at the 2018 Australia Food Awards (AFA), managed by the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV).
Its Thai Green Curry paste won a silver medal and the Thai Red Curry, Butter Chicken and Satay Peanuts sauces received bronze.
Back home in Perth, it was awarded another four medals, one silver (Thai Green Curry) and three bronze (Butter Chicken, Satay Peanuts and Thai Red Curry), in the 2018 Pantry Goods Awards by the Royal Agricultural Society of Perth.
Ms Yong said Turban Chopsticks was also in the process of expanding and relocating from its original Mt Hawthorn base to Burswood.
“I am stoked about the awards, especially on a national level,” she said.
“We’ve just launched our food service range, which goes to chefs, restaurants and hospitality places and now we are relocating, and expanding in Burswood because we need a bigger space to operate.”
The products are stocked at IGA, Farmer Jacks and Woolworths.
Turban Chopsticks owner Mei Yong with her Indian and Asian natural food products.