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A wise choice in food

THE “healthy choice” phenomenon is continuing to grow with the recent opening of Perth’s first organic take away service, Whyz Organix.

Whyz Oranix specialises in highly nutritious food that is not just low in fat but made from organic materials.

First-time owner Trick Wise says the idea came from his own frustration of not being able to find alternative forms of take away.

“I have been eating organic food for a while, and like me there’s a lot of people out there that can’t eat out anywhere,” he said.

“I decided to give people a choice.”

Similar operations exist on the eastern seaboard but many only specialise with vegan produce.

Mr Wise has held onto the premise of choice and providing more than vegetarian foods with meals using free-range chicken and fish available, giving greater scope of choices for consumers.

The menu also includes organic versions of Japanese sushi, salads, patties, free-range eggs, and even sweet “no sugar” desserts.

Every aspect of the food you will consume has been analysed by Whyz Organix, to ensure it is the healthiest available. The oils, which are used in the salads, are the highest-quality, cold-pressed raw oils, which are the most nutritious for human consumption.

The store is at 544 Hay Street (on the corner of Hay and Pier streets), servicing the corporate and business community, as well as shoppers.

The shop will open early for lunch until 5pm Monday to Saturdays. Mr Wise intends to open more Whyz Organics operations if the Hay Street store proves successful.

He also intends to provide Internet-ordering and a local delivery service.

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CELEBRATE all that is France at the Sunset Soiree at The Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse on Saturday, March 3.

The Sweet Low Downs will play a selection of French music ranging from Edith Piaf to swinging French-style jazz.

Celebrity chef Don Hancey will deliver a menu that encapsulates the French experience providing what is sure to be food at its finest.

Money raised will go towards next year’s Augusta River Festival.

The event will take place between 6pm and 9pm on March 3 and tickets are $15

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THE Porongurup Wine Festival is on again and what better way to spend the Labor Day Long weekend than enjoying fine wine and music from the internationally-renowned WA Police Pipe Concert Band.

As a lead up to the festival, Rieslings of the World will be held at the Porongurup Winery on March 3. Winemaker John Wade has chosen 20 Rieslings from around the globe for tastings.

The Porongurup Wine Festival will be held at Jingalla Wines and will showcase local wineries as well as the unveiling of their new vintage releases.

Of course, if you feel like a bit of stress relief, the annual grape stomp should

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