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The F Factor: Adelaide Food Tour

What is fritz? FruChocs? Frog cakes? These iconic (and delicious!) South Australian foods are often missed by travellers.

This 90-minute tour around Adelaide city focuses on the local meats and sweet treats iconic to South Australia. You'll get to try locally-made products and learn their histories. At the end, you'll walk away knowing as much as one of the locals and have a goody bag in hand jam-packed with more samples and a list of local offers to continue exploring the best of Adelaide's food.

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