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Celebrity chef Stone here today

Curtis Stone visiting several places in the district including Mercuri's Tomato Farm at Wyuna.

February 5, 2014 4:55am

Curtis Stone


Australian chef and Coles ambassador Curtis Stone is visiting the region today to promote the supermarket’s 30-year involvement with Mercuri Family Farms.

Mercuri Family Farms produces more than 5000 tonnes of tomatoes each year.


His visit is part of a three-state tour of the supermarket chain’s food suppliers.


After a visit to the food supplier, Mr Stone will visit Coles Kialla at 11am to tour the store and greet fans.


He will round off his tour with a stop at Tatura Primary School.

The News has a $100 Coles voucher to give away. To win, take a photograph with Mr Stone and yourself and send it through to The News’ Facebook page to win.

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