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An entry in the smallgoods section of the 2005 Gawler Show.

Smallgoods is a term used in New Zealand and Australia to refer to small meat products such as ham, bacon, sausages or salami.[1]

Many companies, such as Primo Smallgoods in Sydney, Australia, specialise in the preparation and sale of smallgoods.[citation needed]

See also


  1. ^ The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary (Fifth edition; 2002) Volume 2, p. 2884.