LOGAN'S Global Food Markets has become a hunting ground for one of Australia's next Masterchef contestants.
Representatives of the popular reality TV cooking show were at the markets last Sunday mingling with local food artisans.
This comes after internationally renowned chef Ainsley Harriott paid a visit to the markets in February as part of his upcoming series Ainsley's Market Menu.
Masterchef Australia executive producer Marty Benson said Logan's Global Food Markets reflected a diversity of food culture.
"We are always on the lookout for talented amateur cooks and markets like these attract people who are passionate about food and cooking," he said.
Logan is home to 217 ethnic identities which speak more than 50 different languages.
The majority of produce on sale at the markets is sourced from backyard and community vegetable gardens with ingredients suitable for Asian, African, Middle Eastern, Indian and Pacific Islander cuisine.
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