Visitor Overview

Buyers from all corners of the food industry (over 20,000 of them in fact) descend on Fine Food Australia every year, making it the largest gathering of all facets of the food industry in the country. Exhibiting at Fine Food Australia provides your company with the opportunity to showcase your brands, products and services to key decision-makers from the Australasian foodservice, hospitality and retail industries.

Visitor Profile

Promote your brand to visitors from hospitality, foodservice and retails industries. Visitors ranging from restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels, deli/ gourmet, supermarkets, convenience stores to bakeries and patisserie. Find Food Australia brings the opportunity to increase your brand profile with these highly influential buyers.

Who you will meet
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Top Reasons to Visit

Maximise your chance to meet your industry's top decision makers and buyers who are actively seeking cutting edge solutions for their business. Fine Food Australia is the perfect platform to showcase the latest technologies, equipment and new products to visitors from your industry.

What our visitors think?

The event was sublime: the perfect opportunity to observe, absorb, be inspired and meet others in a similar mindset.

2016 Visitor

I would highly recommend Fine Food to anyone who is in the F&B business, it covers a great range that one would need for running a business.

2016 Visitor

Import & Export

Fine Food Australia is a must attend event for international buyers sourcing products from the Asia Pacific region. Each year the number of import and export sales generated at the show has increased. More than 1000 international buyers from 60 countries from around the world attend the event.

It has been estimated that in the 12 months post Fine Food Australia, over $40 million in export orders have been generated as a direct result of participation at the event.

1000 plus international buyers

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