Speciality Food and Drink Fair
The inaugural Speciality Food and Drink Fair is a trade event for premium food and drink buyers looking to source fine quality produce.
The event will be held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre (SCEC), on August 27 and 28 2012, with free entry to trade visitors. Over 150 food and drink suppliers will be showcasing their products to buyers from leading retail outlets including restaurants, hotels, purveyors, delicatessens, cafes, airlines, wholesalers and distributors.
Former London Time’s Cookery Editor Jill Dupleix said trade shows such as the Speciality Food and Drink Fair are vital for businesses in the industry.
“A lot of people in the industry are so busy they get caught up in their own little worlds that they stop
educating themselves as to what things are out there, what new things people are doing and how
they’re doing them. It’s too dangerous for your business to stand still
This event will be hosting Talking Shop Seminars featuring industry experts.
For more information or to register, click here.
A range of “slow-cooked” Herbert Adams pies has been launched at Woolworths supermarkets.
Capilano is now selling the world’s first clinically tested prebiotic honey.
Nespresso is now catering for Australians wanting aged coffee, releasing its ‘Selection Vintage 2014...
Yowie chocolates are expected to be once again sold in Australia and New Zealand by the end of the m...
Australian start-up, Melbourne Martini, is hoping to change in-flight drinking by sending its ready-...
Byron Bay Cookie has launched its first marketing campaign.
The range includes Cold Brew Coffee 310ml and Coca Noir 310ml.
Gelato Messina and Arnott’s have collaborated again for another Tim Tam by Gelato Messina range.