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The flavours are so authentic it takes people by surprise

floss making appearances on menus. “Chefs love them,” Paul says. “Spun Fairy Floss has been used in concoctions as varied as entrees, desserts and even cocktails. [Masterchef entrant] Danielle Dixon has incorporated the fairy floss into desserts that have been extremely well received.”



Aussie named world-best white wine maker


uderim couple Genevieve and Paul Loxley have put a new spin on an old favourite with their gourmet range of fairy floss. Spun Fairy Floss is the latest sweet treat to be produced by the Sunshine Coast’s robust food industry. And if you’re not a fan of the pink stuff, don’t despair, there are more than 100 flavours of Spun Fairy Floss in the ever-growing range. Rose is sure to be a firm favourite, but there is also fig, coffee, choc hazelnut, pine lime, peanut butter, pistachio, coconut, pineapple and fruit salad. “Savoury flavours will also be available soon with the first contenders to be parmesan cheese and special herbal fairy floss such as coriander and dill,” Paul says, adding that his floss had been very well received because it is so original as there is nothing else quite like it in the world. “The flavours are so authentic it takes people by surprise and they want to try them all,” he says. “The floss is very high quality and it literally melts in your mouth, which makes it very versatile. You can use it as garnish, to build flavours into your favourite meal or just enjoy it as a treat.” Foodies and chefs have been paying close attention and as a result, diners can expect to see fairy


The ingredients are all natural and only Australian sugar is used. They are certified kosher and the fairy floss contains no artificial colours or flavours. It is vegan, free of gluten, fat, sodium, preservatives and lactose and is Australian made. Head to to find out more.

An Australian stable has again been named among the winners at a prestigious international wine-making competition. During a ceremony in London last week Neil McGuigan was named “world’s best white wine maker” by judges of the International Wine Challenge, edging out two French labels for the trophy. “It is wonderful for the Australian wine industry to win this award,” McGuigan says. “This award demonstrates that Australian wine remains world class, and is a force to be reckoned [with].” A collection n of McGuigan chardonnay, riesling and semillon took out five gold medals during the competition, delivering the top white wine prize to the Australian producer. er. McGuigan won the same award in 2009. 9. AAP

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