Last chance to compete for a place on NSW stand at Fine Food Australia
Media release | 27 February 2018
Applications close this Friday for NSW food and beverage producers to secure a subsidised exhibition space on the NSW Government stand at Fine Food Australia to be held in Melbourne from 10-13 September.
Quality food and beverage producers are encouraged to submit applications this week before the closing time of 5pm, Friday 2 March.
Twelve subsidised spots are available on the “Flavours of NSW” stand for producers of gourmet foods, beverages (excluding wine), confectionery, dairy products, poultry products, packaged meat and seafood, baked goods, honey, tea and coffee.
Fine Food Australia is a fantastic chance for NSW producers to promote their products to thousands of national and international buyers with the NSW Government’s support.
“We are looking for a diverse range of NSW food and beverage businesses from both the city and country to apply now to help us showcase the great quality and depth of our industry,” NSW Minister for Trade and Industry Niall Blair said.
“For NSW companies this is a perfect opportunity to meet leading industry suppliers and negotiate new supply deals for their businesses.
“The latest ideas and innovations will give exhibitors insights into the top food industry trends ensuring they can stay in tune with consumer demands.
“NSW has over 50,000 agricultural, aquaculture, fishing and food and beverage processing companies and around the world there is a growing demand for NSW produce.”
The NSW Government is looking for a diverse range of NSW food and beverage businesses from both city and country to apply now to help showcase the quality and depth of our industry.
About 30,000 trade visitors will be at the four-day Fine Food Australia expo as well as products covering more than 1,000 exhibiting brands. There will be new products from around Australia and over 45 countries as well as live demonstrations, masterclasses and industry competitions.
NSW exports of processed food and beverages grew 4.6 per cent in 2016-17 topping $5 billion for the first time.