For 36 years, Fine Food has been the most trustworthy food industry event with results independently verified, ensuring we can offer exhibitors unrivaled qualified leads. In 2018, exhibitors had access to 25,956 local and international trade buyers – precisely. See what's in store for 2020!Read More
Fine Food is the heartbeat of the food trade industry. Unrivaled by any other Australian show, this is the foodie-mecca where our trade unites as one. See over 1,000+ exhibitors and thousands more products, discover the latest trends and learn from the industry's best.Read More
Freedom Foods Group is a listed innovative FMCG company and is Fine Food Australia's 2020 Platinum Sponsor. With their mission of Making Food Better, their products make for great tasting, high quality, healthy foods and beverages. Products include Almond Breeze, MILKLAB, Bowl & Spoon and Messy Monkeys.
We are for all food
Get ready to discover
Get the full scoop on the latest menus, products, techniques and business practices that serve your business best. Join the biggest group of foodservice colleagues under one roof. There’s no better place to find what your business needs than at a show tailored for your business.
Find the new
Discover the detail in standout retail. Even more critical for businesses given the rise of digital. With the latest products from leading supermarkets, convenience, deli/gourmet and liquor players on display, you’ll directly share the table with the industry’s top names.
Bakery at its finest
There are no cookie solutions here. Mix with the baking industry’s best who’ll provide cutting-edge solutions for your business. Fine Food Australia showcases the latest technologies, equipment and new products to raise your profile ahead of the rest.
Your industry celebrated
Welcome to beyond just a warm welcome. Here you’ll find the hottest business ideas and networking opportunities. The breadth of possibilities and insights extend to catering, aged care, education facilities, and quick serve venues. Placing you perfectly to explore, wherever you are.
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Mar 31, 2020
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