Serving Up A Healthy Dose Of Innovation
Technology, where would we be without it? When it comes to the food industry, the short answer is: nowhere. From food packaging and manufacturing, to cooking and the customer experience, technology plays a crucial role in innovating and enhancing what the food industry can and has to offer.
Fine Food Australia, the country’s largest and most comprehensive food and hospitality trade event, showcases everything from bulk and specialty foods, beverages, bakery products, emerging food trends, and of course, the finest food technology and equipment in the business. Receiving a dedicated floor space (and rightly so), this year’s show will bring the latest and greatest on the food tech front to visitors, showcasing the likes of smart snack vendors, innovative coffee machines, table lighting, apps and online platforms and more.
In an age dominated by smartphones and digitization, the food industry has had to rapidly innovate in order to remain competitive and better serve customer’s needs. At the forefront of this trend is the online platform, RANGEme (Stand G22), a portal built for buyers to source new products for their stores and suppliers efficiently online. Having worked with some of the biggest food stores, including Coles, IGA, Terry White and more, RANGEme has given numerous Australian businesses the exposure they need to key retailers, and at this year’s Fine Food Australia they will open their brand up to the entire industry.
Visitors will also see the all-new Cuisine Manager App (Cyber Cuisine, Stand C29), created by Russell Crowe’s former personal chef, David Chambers. Drawing upon over 30 years of cuisine experience, Chambers’ app aims to increase the productivity of kitchens worldwide through streamlining day-to-day kitchen processes. From business set up to managing legal requirements and government regulations, Cuisine Manager truly illustrates the power of technology in improving productivity and efficiency in food.
But it’s not just about the latest and greatest in the food digital sphere, Fine Food Australia will also showcase the industry’s finest machinery and equipment. At the N&W Australia stand (Stand N32) for instance, will be revolutionary vending machines at the top of the sector, such as Samba Touch and Tango. Both machines provide modern, engaging solutions that satisfy all vending tastes and needs, and also easily fit in to any environment.
Whether it’s on the back-end or direct customer interaction, Fine Food Australia brings together unique, varied and innovative food technologies that provide flexible, modern and advanced solutions to the industry. Register online today for free entry.