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Lonely Planet Review

10 Nov 2008: Lonely Planet

Adelaide's main market, near Victoria Sq, is good value for all types of food. For fresh meat, including seafood and gourmet poultry, try Angelakis Bros. Tacked on the market's western end is Chinatown, with a collection of cafés doing fast and furious trade (especially Friday night) and bursting with contented diners slurping soup and noodles.


More Seafood, Less Roasts this Christmas

Dec 2007:

A 20 per cent surge in demand will push up seafood prices at Christmas as more families look beyond the traditional roast.

Consumers, however, still are expected to splurge on seafood.

In South Australia, Seafood Council SA secretary Michael Tokley said processors and manufacturers had reported demand this Christmas was up by at least 20 per cent.


King of the Ocean

August 2006

Michael Angelakis was always destined to work closely with the ocean. Growing up he wanted to be a marine biologist but this soon led to a passion for the seafood industry.

Michael currently combines his role as Managing Director of seafood business Angelakis Brothers with a hugely successful television career as co-host on Channel 9’s Out of the Blue.

xpress chatted with Michael about his family business and what he enjoys most in life.


The Fisher King

Spring 2005: SA Food Centre

Walk into the office of Michael Angelakis and the framed certificates and commendations are everywhere.

That's after negotiating along Field Street outside, where the constant coming and going of chiller trucks of every shape and size and trolleys laden with seafood scoot around the Angelakis precinct. This is a busy seafood industry.

And the centre of it is Michael - Managing Director of Angelakis Brothers, chair of the Seafood Industry Development Steering Committee, Director of the Seafood Council and the industry representative on the Premier’s Food Council.


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