Just One More…! Into the State’s tourism coffers

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WA-based company Morish Nuts relocation to the Swan Valley, following escalating demand for its internationally recognised nut products, will be officially opened by the Hon Alyssa Hayden, Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Tourism, on Monday, 25 November.
The company’s move from its East Perth premises to this purpose-built facility in an area with its mecca of tourist attractions that consistently adds to the State’s coffers – is a deliberate one.
“The Swan Valley is a perfect location for Morish Nuts as it fullfills all our business expectations, will add to the West Australian tourism dollars, enable the business to provide employment opportunities for those in local communities and, as part of our rationale to ‘give back in some way to the local community’, we are in talks with Tom Bottrell, CEO of the Swan Districts Football Club as to how we can effectively support and assist with their sporting endeavours,” says Archie Moroni, founder of Morish Nuts.
The guest list will comprise local dignitaries, business owners, personalities, suppliers, CEOs of various organizations and industry representatives who will be treated to tantalising samples of the products that are uniquely hand-crafted, free of gluten, lactose, additives, preservatives or colouring agents and produced to a traditional family recipe, using premium Australian produce.
Morish Nuts evolved from Moroni, together with his partner Marie Mapp, cooking half-kilo batches of nuts with tempting flavours over a camping stove at the couple’s rented Cottesloe townhouse to fund Moroni’s university studies.
Mapp would pack the products into a cellophane bag and tie with ribbon before the pair sold them at university guild days markets.
The success of their venture led to Moroni ditching his studies and today, this thriving company is known not only Australia-wide but also internationally for its artisan-crafted products that world recognised airlines Virgin Australian and Jetstar prefer to offer their passengers! And for countries including Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and America to place orders. The company is now in talks with China.
The new premises feature a viewing area allowing visitors a visual feast as these nutty delights are produced.  Some of the most recent flavours added to the Morish Nuts extensive nut range include abalone, truffle and wasabi – for discerning palates!
Check out Morish Nuts website: www.morish.com.au


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