The Finest of Western Australia’s Food Industry

Posted by Josette Dunn on 17th January 2011

Western Australia’s most prestigious biennial event for the foodservice industry, Fine Food Western Australia, is returning to the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre for the fourth time on 20-22 March 2011.

Over three days, thousands of visitors will attend WA’s largest food, drink and equipment trade event for the retail, foodservice and hospitality industries.

Featuring approximately 200 local and international exhibitors with the latest food, drink and equipment ideas, attendees can expect to see a showcase of the latest innovations in hospitality products and equipment. Fine Food Western Australia is sectioned up into dedicated zones:

Bakery World – A full range of equipment, ingredients and finished products
Dairy World – Dairy products including milk, cheese, dips and drinks
Drinks World – A full range of hot and cold beverages
Meat & Seafood World – Fresh & processed products for the chef & supermarket
Packaging World – Cutting-edge ideas & packaging solutions for the foodservice industry
Hospitality & Catering Equipment – The latest in hospitality equipment, furniture, top of table, POS systems and more
General Food – From gourmet and international food, confectionery, to organic, and gluten-free products

Some of the leaders in the food industry exhibiting this year include Nestlé Professional, Sealanes and Perth’s own Pronto Fine Foods. In the equipment zone, exhibitors to date include Lenny’s Commercial Kitchens, Australian Fine China and SKOPE.

Fine Food Western Australia is also hosting WA Oceanafest once again in 2011 within the exhibition space.  Oceanafest is the recognised international culinary event for the Pacific Rim. The competition is made up of local, interstate and international teams of chefs, pastry chefs, caterers, apprentices, cake decorators, and more, all showing off their culinary skills and abilities.

The highlight of the competition is undoubtedly the ‘Restaurant of Champions’, which will see local teams competing against the rest of Australia and Asia. Visitors to Fine Food WA can share in the experience by buying a reserved seat at the ‘Restaurant of Champions’ for lunch.

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