With a commitment to preserving the beauty of Bali and supporting local communities, the Bali Restaurant and Cafe Association (BRCA) and the Bali Hotel Association (BHA) are proud to present this year’s community initiative for a future greener for Bali.

The 2023 Sustainable Food Festival aims to celebrate local innovators, producers and suppliers while advocating for sustainable practices in the culinary industry. The event will take place from June 30 to July 15, 2023, where ‘Sip and Savour’ will be officially launched on July 7, 2023 at the Hatten Wine Sanur lawn at 4pm.

This event goes beyond a simple food festival with key highlights such as:

Food and Beverage Bazaar – Celebrated chefs and beverage experts will wow the crowd with various dishes and drinks made from local produce.

service providers – discover local and sustainable products and services available in Bali.

Live music – Local musicians and artists will raise funds for those in need.

Recycle-Upcycle – allows children and adults to enjoy fun activities.

charitable foundations – Meet the personalities behind the charities who work tirelessly to help those in need, and learn how you can help.

Cooking lessons – Innovative chefs focused on reducing, reusing and recycling share their tips.

Workshops – learn how to build a sustainable business with Sustainability Partners.

Community Fundraising – Selected Bali charities will receive 20% of the sales generated from this event.

“Our mission at BRCA is to develop and ensure that all restaurants and cafes in Bali implement

sustainable practices so that Bali can continue to be a world-class culinary destination. With this festival, our association, its members and sustainability partners will join forces to showcase our values, sharing them with the public to raise awareness among those fighting for sustainable tourism in Bali and attract like-minded people to join our cause. ”. says Chris Salans, chef/owner of Mozaic Ubud restaurant, also a co-founder of BRCA.

“BRCA focuses on building relationships with local suppliers and producers, as well as preserving local heritage. Buying local, in-season ingredients often means buying the best product possible and also being sustainable. Join us at SIP AND SAVOR, where the best of local produce and innovative sustainable practices are showcased,” says Dean Keddell, chef/owner of Ginger Moon Canteen and Jackson Lily’s, also a co-founder of BRCA.

The admission ticket costs IDR 100,000, including a welcome cocktail, wine and beer. Tickets are on sale now, so get yours before the event starts due to limited availability.

For more information on where to buy tickets or how to become a BRCA member and sponsor, please email Rani at: [email protected].

Bali Association of Cafes and Restaurants

Instagram: @balirca

Phone: +62811388663