7-10 Sep 2020
Melbourne

Industry News

Food Finery Comes to Sydney

Media Release Staying true to its reputation for being at the forefront of food trends, Fine Food Australia’s 2015 line-up will showcase industry leaders, trends, game changing new products, and facilitate interactive sessions – cementing its position as the must attend event for anyone in the food industry. Returning to Sydney, this year’s event will see a […]

Top dining trends for 2015

Dining has evolved from a purely ‘sit down, eat, and go’ experience to one that is increasingly prized by consumers and chefs. Here’s what’s set to pick up speed this year on the restaurant front. Artisanal innovation The interest in smoking, pickling, ageing, drying, curing and in-house growing has been on the rise of late, and […]

Australian Culinary Federation 2015

The 2015 Australian Culinary Challenge will be the highlight of the year in culinary competition in Australia, held at the Sydney Showgrounds and Sydney Olympic Park as part of Fine Food Australia from September 20th – 23rd inclusive. Chefs, trainees and apprentices will have the opportunity to pit their skills against each other and against the clock, competing […]

Flavours of NSW

Minister for Regional Development, John Barilaro joined the Member for Albury Greg Aplin and the Member for Coffs Harbour Andrew Fraser to congratulate the 16 producers as they prepare for their participation in the Fine Food Australia. With over 1000 suppliers in one place, Fine Food Australia is the largest food industry trade event in Australia and in […]

Nestlé Golden Chef’s Hat Award Finals held at Fine Food

Media Release The Nestlé GOLDEN CHEF’S HAT AWARD, Australia’s longest running culinary competition for young chefs, has announced that the 2015 National Final will be held at Fine Food Australia. The National Final will be held over two days (Sunday 20th and Monday 21st September) where the finalist teams will cook-off live in front of Fine Food […]

The Spontaneous Foodie

Jun 1, 2015 Industry Updates

With the plethora of food blogs and craft-fully angled food images dominating our social media feeds, it’s hard to ignore the growing foodie epidemic that has taken over the nation. Food has become more than just about satisfying your appetite, it now more than ever takes on the form of an experience, becoming more innovative, experiential and festive. […]

Are long weekends skewed against hospitality businesses?

By Hospitality Magazine In light of the upcoming long weekend, many small hospitality businesses will be forced to either shut, or face additional costs says Edward Mallett, managing director of employment relations consultancy Employsure. “Many small hospitality businesses such as restaurants and cafes are faced with this catch-22 over public holidays,” says Mallett. “It is an […]

Shoppers turn to supermarkets for seafood

May 22, 2015 Retail

By Retail World After chicken and beef, fish/seafood is the third most commonly eaten meat in Australia, consumed by 57 per cent of the population and purchased by one quarter of Australian grocery-buyers in an average seven days, according to Roy Morgan Research. While supermarkets are by far the most popular place to buy fresh […]

No more no-shows

May 4, 2015 Industry Updates

By foodService Magazine A new system from Dimmi will charge diners who fail to turn up for their reservation; a new front in the battle against no-shows. In response to the frustration spreading within the industry over no-shows, restaurant booking site Dimmi has launched a new system that demands diners leave their credit card details upon booking, facing […]

The Changing Face of Food: The Time Poor Australian

Apr 24, 2015 Industry Updates

The Australian lifestyle is changing and as a result, so must our food industry. A snapshot of the future of food in Australia looks like this: healthy fast food, ready-made, fresh and delivered to fit the criteria of the growing culture of the fitness conscious, natural lifestyle savvy and time poor Australians. Roy Morgan market […]

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