South Australian Native Food Association

Welcome to SANFA

What is SANFA?

SANFA and its members aim to:

  • Promote the cultivation of native plant food species in sustainable production
  • Promote the use of native plant foods in Australia cuisine and products
  • Produce high quality native food products
  • Promote ethical business standards and practice
  • Maintain and organizational culture of cooperation, friendship and support for all who wish to be involved
  • Support cooperation and networking within the whole native food industry in Australia
  • Act as a platform for government and industry members to communicate on relevant issues
  • Support the maintenance of Australia’s biological diversity

SANFA as an organization is a member of the

Australian Native Food Industry Limited. (ANFIL)

Coming Events


Innovation Through Adversity 

by Daniel Austin

Saturday April 9, 2016 at the Joinery,111 Franklin Street Adelaide

3-30 to 6-30pm

Daniel Austin, a local Riverland boy who has worked in the South Australian Landscape and Nursery Industry will share his knowledge from Permaculture in Jordan and the Solomon Islands to rooftop hydroponics in Israel to Subsistence Farming in Tanzania.   April 9 will not only provide participants a chance to network while learning about a range of edible native food plants we have and the food they produce but to see some of the most creative and successful ways by which these plant can be grown and marketed.

There will be light refreshments served with an oppourtunity to buy drinks.  Products and Plants will be availble for purchase

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TASTING AUSTRALIA joint presence with ANFIL from

May 1-8 in Victoria Square, Adelaide with

Native Foods Feature on Tuesday May 3 with cooking

demonstrations and discussion panels. 

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Joining SANFA

As a SANFA member, you gain access to:

  • Bi-monthly members meetings
  • Field Trips to view native food production in South Australia
  • Bi-monthly newsletter
  • Opportunities for access latest research and industry information

Membership fees are $50 per annum.

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