Buy West Eat Best

Buy West Eat Best is a food labelling program that's all about supporting the local food industry in Western Australia. It is a food-specific brand owned by the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia to clearly and easily identify Western Australian food products.

Food businesses must meet strict criteria before they can use the logo to identify locally-grown, farmed, fished and produced foods.

If you are a consumer looking for more information about how you can Buy West Eat Best please look for the logo next time you shop.

If you are involved in the food industry and believe you qualify to use the label contact feedback@buywesteatbest.agric.wa.gov.au

Articles

  • The Southern Forests Food Council has been established as part of the Manjimup Agricultural Expansion Project to brand and promote agricultural products from the Manjimup district and develop new p

  • WA's first Signature Dish was chosen on WA Day, Monday 2 June.

    The winning dish was lamb cutlets with a lupin-based crust, accompanied by a sweet potato salad with Moroccan flavours.

  • The Buy West Eat Best food labelling program is a response to consumer demand for locally grown, farmed, fished and produced food. Buy West Eat Best is more than just a label.

  • The Sweeter Banana Co-operative based in Carnarvon, was formed in 1993 to develop a brand that would be easily recognisable by consumers.

  • White Star is an improved potato variety which was selected in Western Australia for its ability to produce high yields of large tubers under winter and spring growing conditions.

  • The Buy West Eat Best program, managed by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, requires important criteria to be met to ensure the integrity of the logo

  • Businesses that display the Buy West Eat Best logo need to meet certain criteria, which ensure strict standards of local content and quality.

  • The Buy West Eat Best logo with its familar stylised map of Western Australia with bite marks on the eastern border, provides consumers with a brand representing integrity, trust and local produce.