Fine Food Australia

Date: September 2 to September 5, 2024
Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Location: Melbourne , Australia
Target Audience: Food and beverage exporters
Sector: Agriculture and processed foods, Fish and seafood

Event description

Fine Food Australia, Australia's largest international food show, is celebrating 40 years in 2024. It is a central hub in Australia and the wider Indo-Pacific region for business to meet with a wide range of stakeholders in the food industry, including retailers to chefs, hoteliers, aged care facilities, hospitals, back of house and front of house restaurant services, cafés, pubs and clubs, food processing and catering equipment.

The exhibition and food workshops attract around 25,000 visitors from Australia and surrounding countries with exhibitors from major food-exporting nations (from North America, Europe, and Asia), covering all types of food and beverages. On a single showground, you will meet buyers for both mainstream and niche food and beverages that appeal to the retail, foodservice and hospitality industries. The event provides an excellent opportunity to start conversations and conclude deals into both innovative and conventional food product lines, as well as new technologies.

The Trade Commissioner Service will attend the show to support Canadian exhibitors in promoting their product lines and networking across the showgrounds. We will also support attendees to make the most of their participation by helping them network and meet new business partners.

Register to attend

Contact Rudaralingum (Ven) Coopamootoo, ( to obtain further information about your participation and business development opportunities in Australia's growing market.

Why your organization should participate

Trade Commissioner(s) involvement

Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Service

Trade Commissioner, Rudaralingum (Ven) Coopamootoo (, specializing in the agri-food sector for the Australian market, will be present at this event and can provide information as you prepare to exhibit or attend. He can also provide advice on other local events that you are considering, as well as on business development in the region. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service offers services free of charge to Canadian exporters and companies that meet our client criteria.

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