If you work in the food or hospitality industry, then you should be planning a visit to Foodservice Australia. Why? Because there is simply no better way to discover new ideas, products and suppliers.
Foodservice Australia prides itself on being a trade-only event, helping thousands of chefs, restaurateurs, café owners, retailers, c-store owners, bakers, pâtissiers, caterers, suppliers and producers get straight down to business over three action-packed days. In just a few hours, you can find everything you need to improve your menu, boost your bottom line and stay ahead of your competition.
The next show will run on 27th February – 1st March 2022 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre and will be focused on helping the industry reconnect & rebuild after this incredibly challenging time.
Discover over 450 exhibitors, taste the latest trends and test the latest technology. See what’s new in food and beverage products, catering and baking equipment, hospitality technology, packaging, and much more. On the show floor, you will also find special features including Chef of the Year, National Restaurant Conference, Café School, The Sweet Spot, Restaurant Challenge and the Aged Care Catering Summit. Register for your free ticket to visit today at www.foodserviceaustralia.com.au.
Foodservice Australia Event Director Tim Collett says the show will be one of the biggest ever staged. He says “we know everyone is keen to reconnect and rebuild. This will be the first big food show to run and we are getting a huge response from the foodservice, hospitality and retail sectors. “The industry has been through incredibly tough times but the rebound is equally phenomenal. We are seeing an incredible new energy and desire for new ways of doing business. The show is the ideal place for buyers to find those ideas. They can literally taste the new food trends and try out the latest equipment.”
It’s all happening next month, register for your free ticket to visit here –
Foodservice Australia is a strictly trade only event. All visitors must be over 16 and
work in the food, retail or hospitality industry. No public entry.