Registration for the Southern Hemisphere’s leading food industry expo, Fine Food Australia, is now open.
This year, the Southern Hemisphere’s leading food industry expo will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre over four massive days from 5-8 September 2022.
More than 650 Australian and international exhibitors representing the food industry will exhibit the latest products, technology and services and include a series of presentations including:
Fellow entrepreneurs, industry leaders and market influencers discuss real-life examples and offer practical solutions to issues the food industry faces.
Talking Trends, sponsored by BioPak and powered by Food Industry Foresight, features guest speakers sharing a wealth of industry knowledge.
The Source Kitchen
Hosted by food and beverage consultancy, Straight To The Source, features insights on Australian produce, ideas and provenance and must-see food demonstrations.
ACF Culinary Challenge
Features the National Apprentice Competition, ACF Most Outstanding Chef, National Secondary Schools Challenge, plus a yum cha challenge.
Innovation in Patisserie
Sponsored by Mayers, and featuring Vanrooy Equipment, leading pastry chefs will conduct masterclasses on desserts, cakes and more.
Innovation Awards 2022
Celebrating excellence in the food industry, the ever-popular annual awards return once more.
New Product Showcase
See the latest products, equipment and ideas to hit the market within the last 24 months.
The Official Great Aussie Pie Competition
Categories include plain meat pie (plain, chunky and plain/chunky combo); and gourmet pie (red meat; poultry; game; vegetarian; seafood; gluten free; apple; brekkie pie) plus gourmet sausage roll.
Featuring Vanrooy Equipment, learn about the very best in bakery equipment and skills.
Will feature the Bake Skills Australia National Pastry Chef Championships and the Bake Skills Australia National Baking Championships.
Nestlé Golden Chef’s Hat
Join Australia’s longest-running culinary competition, dedicated to helping junior and apprentice chefs.