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First speakers announced for Fine Food Australia

First speakers announced for Fine Food Australia

The nation’s most learned thought leaders will take to the stage at this year’s Fine Food Australia event delivering key insights into the hottest trends and topics driving the food industry.

The show, which takes place over two levels at Sydney’s ICC from 11-14 September, will feature more than 100 speakers presenting across four stages. There will also be four co-locating industry events, four industry competitions, and more than 850 Australian and international exhibitors showcasing the latest products, technology and services in foodservice, hospitality, catering, bakery, retail, import, export, distribution, manufacturing and more.

One leading speaker will be food expert and TV chef, Adam Moore, from food consultancy Culinary Revolutions. Mr Moore will be part of the new Concept to Consumer workshop on September 13 for those interested in innovating and creating their own food brand.

“It’s helpful for companies under cost pressures to visit Fine Food Australia to get insight into new kitchen equipment, processes and menu innovations to reduce costs,” said Mr Moore who will present Innovation through the lens of a culinarian on the Talking Trends stage powered by Food Industry Foresight.

“Visitors get access to manufacturers, suppliers and producers offering invaluable solutions.

“Exhibitor Unox has the Evereo – the first ever hot fridge which preserves cooked food at service temperature for days. There will also be chefs demonstrating how to utilise ingredients to minimise wastage. When businesses can save money by working smarter they can keep afloat and lower costs during cost of living increases.”

For information and to register, visit here.

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