EAT WITH LEAH AT BURNSIDE VILLAGE
Burnside Village have collaborated with local foodie Leah Itsines to bring you the best food offerings of burnside village!
Whether you are after fresh food, takeaway, or somewhere to dine Burnside Village have all the options to get your tastebuds excited.
Food blogger and Adelaidian Leah Itsines shot the campaign featuring options for dining, takeaway, and fresh food and features the abundance of fresh and delicious produce available at Burnside Village.
To Leah "being healthy doesn't mean boring, bland or repetitive foods, it means having an abundance of different foods, loads of veggies, rice, pasta and MORE. I strongly disagree with dieting and restricting yourself from certain foods - I believe we should live our lives to the fullest, all while being BALANCED!".
Leah's passion for healthy foods come from her family saying "as I come from a greek background, there was ALWAYS an abundance of fresh, healthy food on the table that I would always help prepare. Mum would often pick me up from school and take me straight to the shops so we could go and pick out the best healthy, fresh foods to prepare for dinner that night. Every time I cook a hearty home cooked meal, it reminds me of MUM and HOME, which makes me super happy".
Fresh and healthy foods are pivotal to Leah's active lifestyle saying "fueling my body with fresh, healthy food is absolutely essential for me".
If you aren't sure where to start shopping at Burnside Village for your healthy and fresh options here are Leah's favourites:
Burnside Premium Fresh: They have an amazing range of fresh veggies and fruits.
Pasta Deli: with their range of fresh salads - It makes it super easy to stay healthy on the run!
VIVA gourmet: This is the BEST STORE for cheeses! Their amazing range makes it so hard to choose! You'll find everything you need for that boss antipasto plate you're making!
For the entire month of August you have the chance to WIN a $500 Burnside Village gift card each week, plus pick up your FREE market bag when you spend over $15 at food retailers, or $50 at Coles. To find out more click here.