Foodservice Australia 2017

2017-05-28 - 2017-05-30
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Managing Director
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+613 99995460
This year the Foodservice Australia will be bigger and better than ever. For the first time there will be two full levels of exhibitors. They include all the major food and equipment suppliers - plus dozens of regional and artisan producers. In addition to all the new exhibitors there will be some amazing features. These include the National Restaurant Conference, Chef of the Year, Patissier of the Year, Seafood Showcase and Australian Pizza Championships. You can find more information by clicking on special events. Foodservice Australia runs from 28-30 May at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne. If you work in the hospitality industry then you can register to visit right now for free. If you want to exhibit then contact us soon to secure a stand.
Attendee information
If you work in the food or hospitality industry then you should be planning a visit to Foodservice Australia. Why? Because there is simply no better way to discover new ideas, new products and new suppliers. meet over 250 industry suppliers taste all the new food trends try out the latest catering and bakery equipment attend free seminars and workshops watch our top chefs and bakers in action meet other food industry professionals and exchange ideas stay ahead of the competition This is a trade only event, so you can get straight down to business. And unlike some other shows every exhibitor is interested in your business. In a few hours you can find everything you need to improve your menu, improve your bottom line and stay ahead of your competition.
Exhibitor information
Exhibiting at Foodservice Australia is a great way to grow your business. For more information please r call our friendly team. We are happy to run through all the options and send you a detailed proposal.

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