Fine Food Australia, the leading foodservice, hospitality and retail industries trade exhibition in Australia, will present innovative and new products from the country and at least 45 nations around the world.
The event, which will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 12-15 September, will showcase not just Australia’s food products but also those from over 45 countries. Fine Food Australia is expected to attract over 1,000 exhibitors.
Fine Food Australia 2016 will also feature an array of exciting industry recognized competitions, live demos, masterclasses, new seminars, and panel discussions by experts and leaders in the global food industry.
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Among the activities set during the event are Ask the Experts Advisory Centre, Australian Culinary Challenge, Bake Skills Australia, Basile Imports Demonstrations, Foodservice Today & Tomorrow Conference, Business Information Session, Comcater Demonstrations, Geographical Indications Seminar and a lot more.
Key speakers include Bao Hoang of Roll’d, Mike Patrick of Fancy Hank’s, Sharon Flynn of The Fermentary, and Jackie Middleton of Earl Canteen.
Fine Food Australia 2016 Features Product Exhibitions & Presentations
According to organizers, Fine Food Australia 2016 will also feature product exhibitions and presentations. Among them, Taste of Paris will be exhibiting fine products while Avovita Avocados is expected to present its chocolate mousse made entirely from avocados.
At least 1,000 exhibitors from sector such as bakery, import/export, foodservice & hospitality, and retail, have signed up for the event, presenting over 2,000 products.
Organized by Diversified Communications Australia, the event targets business owners in the food industry – cafe, catering, restaurants, food store, or bakery – that are interested to meet and do business with their counterparts.
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The event is restricted to professionals in the food, drink or equipment industries. It is a trade only event and is not open to the public.
Fine Food Australia is a respected trade exhibition with over 32 years experience in the food industry. This year’s platinum sponsor is Bulla Family Diary. – EventsNewsAsia.com