Shining a Light on Foodservice
Posted March 29, 2016
The Sunshine State’s biggest foodservice trade event, Fine Food Queensland, is returning in 2016 with a fresh face and a lineup designed to cater to the local Queensland market and the businesses within it.
The foodservice industry in Queensland is currently sustaining one of the highest growth rates in all states. Supporting local Queensland businesses to harness this prosperity is a key objective of Fine Food Queensland, which this year will be reinvigorated with a key focus on areas of most importance to those in Queensland’s food industry.
A strong local approach coupled with the best of the national industry has resulted in an event with a focus on the healthy, fresh food options that customers are demanding.
What’s new in 2016?
By providing access to both local and national experts, new products and innovations, the 2016 event has been designed to maximise opportunities for businesses to do business on the show floor, as well as stay ahead of industry trends from around the state, country, and the world.
“We’ve listened to what people want from this show, and we’ve reinvigorated it as a result,” says Event Director Minnie Constan.
“The show has a fresh feel, which is a perfect match for our focus on fresh, healthy food and eating. From direct access to the state’s best growers at Fresh Produce Lane to the experts at Talking Food Stage who will be translating international trends into Queensland’s local needs, Fine Food Queensland provides access to all facets of the industry under one roof. It’s the perfect opportunity for those in foodservice and hospitality to learn, network and grow their businesses.”
Fine Food Queensland Editorial Coverage by Open House – Feb/Mar Edition.