Fine Food Australia’s “largest foodservice and hospitality event in the southern hemisphere” returns to Sydney
Fine Food Australia 2019 will be held at the ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour. It is the largest foodservice and hospitality event in the southern hemisphere. Get involved with the country’s leading trade exhibition that has been connecting buyers and sellers for over 35 years.
“With a showcase of over 1,000 exhibitors and thousands more brands, we’re positively boiling over with options. General & specialty food, catering equipment, front of house, bakery, drinks, coffee, tea, dairy, meat & seafood, retail & technology, fit-out & design, packaging, natural, organic & free-from – go a la carte!”
23,000+ visitors attend Fine Food Australia each year. Sharing experiences with chefs, restaurateurs, café and bar owners, and other food operators, over four days could “set you up for more success for years”. Meeting face-to-face with leading industry suppliers is also a proven way to seal a sweeter supply or distribution deal.
“We are proudly the leading foodservice, bakery, retail and hospitality trade event in Australia.”
The exhibition will be held on the following days:
Mon 9 Sep 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tue 10 Sep 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wed 11 Sep 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thu 12 Sep 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
International Convention Centre Sydney
14 Darling Dr, Sydney
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