ADELAIDE AIRPORT TO CREATE ITS OWN UNIQUE GOURMET DESTINATION CONCEPT
Adelaide Airport has awarded Lagardère Travel Retail the concession to create a new destination concept it is calling ‘Southern Providore’.
According to Lagardère Travel Retail, the new concept will bring a truly unique and iconic South Australian experience to Adelaide Airport.
It even goes as far to call it “an evolution of the icons concept”, noting that the gourmet wine and produce range in Southern Providore will be curated from “this special part of the world”.
The 286sqm store will be located centrally within the main departures zone of the Domestic Terminal, and will showcase a range of coffee, tea, condiments, cheeses, wines, chocolates, confectionery, health & beauty and gifting products from national and international brands.
It will also feature the best from the iconic South Australian region, including Penfolds, 23rd St Distillery, Haighs, Robern Menz, Charlesworth Nuts, Jurlique, Maine Beach, Cirelli Coffee and Bickfords to name a few.The global retail/F&B concessionaire adds that the unique store design will seamlessly blend tasting with shopping by offering seasonal in-store tastings and resident farmers to market.
Featured in-store will be an ‘all Australian ute’, the FJ Holden, a key link between the history of Adelaide and the supply of grocers and goods to market, dating back to 1856.
Lagardère Travel Retail’s Pacific region CEO, Przemek Lesniak, says: “We are delighted that Adelaide Airport has awarded and trusted us with this exciting concept.
“We understand that travel is a sensorial experience and wanted to showcase this through a regional focus, so we specifically tailored Southern Providore for the airport.
“It will ensure the travellers and community will enjoy a curated selection of the very best from SA, in a unique environment reflecting the region.”