Fine Food Queensland 2014 - held in Brisbane - my name is Food.

Fine Food Queensland 2014 - held in Brisbane

April 10, 2014

I'm sure many of you would have heard about Fine Food Queensland 2014 which will be held in Brisbane Exhibition & Convention Centre on April 15-17 (Sunday - Tuesday). If you haven't, then you can simply go to their website and have a read through about it. But, without further ado, let me summarise the event for you all.

The largest food industry event in Queensland will open its doors to members of the retail, food service and hospitality industry. It is a trade-only-event. Started in 1995 and for over two decades, it has held its event in Queensland and Australian Wide (FFA). It will be held for only 3 days in Brisbane and is filled with many actions including the focus on local produce this year, showcasing food, drink and equipment supplies, food and drink samples, master classes and live demonstrations. Over 6500 visitors and over 200 exhibitors on site, it will be such a great way to connect and make new networks, for yourself or for your company. 

Meeting with national and international suppliers do not only get you to realise the various suppliers and distributors available however, it will also allow you to connect and learn new or more knowledge. Alastair McLeod, Kirsten Tibbals, Phillip Johnson and Matt McAllister will be present at the show. 

New Elements in this year's show includes the following;

  • Brisbane Markets Fresh at Fine Food – showcasing fresh produce, locally grown and paying homage to the global movement Eat Local;
  • Chefs on the Couch – a panel discussions of local and interstate chefs discussing what’s hot and what’s not, and how to survive and thrive in this industry;
  • ACF Chefs Competition - live kitchens where local and interstate chefs will battle against each other in a series of cooking challenges using ingredients selected by the Australian Culinary Federation;
  • Caterers Kitchen - where exhibitors prepare/present products and menu inspiration ideas to the audience;
  • Business Program - centering on the business of food presented by local talent focusing on local needs and local and international trends;
  • The Beverage Theatre – where free masterclasses will take place, from wine tasting to food and beverage matching and the popular Coffee Academy.
As the hospitality industry is growing quickly with more new restaurants and cafes, new equipments, new international and local suppliers, the ever-so-informative event will open your eyes to the wonders available in store for you in the future. From coffee to alcohol, from pastries to dairy, from meats to seafood, from Europe to Asia, everything you could ever think of will be present at the show.

So come and join Fine Food Queensland !! You won't regret it.

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