Food & Hospitality expo moves to October

Media Release

Organisers of the Food & Hospitality Queensland trade exhibition have announced the event will be moving to new dates in October to ensure it can run at full strength. The show will now run from 10-11 October 2021 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Exhibition Manager Liz Shaw says “we made this decision in the best interests of exhibitors and visitors. This short delay allows the show to run safely and successfully. It is an incredibly important event for the food industry and this change will only make it bigger and better”.

All the seminars, conferences and competitions associated with this exhibition will also be moving to the new dates. These include the Queensland Chef of the Year, Chef Success Workshop, Brisbane Café School and Aged Care Catering Summit.

Shaw says “the food and hospitality industry is ready to reconnect and rebuild. This show will be perfectly timed to deliver those new ideas, new products and new technology that will help local food and hospitality outlets to get back to full strength.”

“We have over 200 exhibitors with the latest food, drink and equipment. We also have free seminars and the finals of the Queensland Chef of the Year. There is so much for people to see. It is the only dedicated food industry show in the Sunshine State so we expect a huge turnout.”

Exhibitor, visitor and conference registrations will all roll over to the new dates. Organisers are now contacting participants with details.

If you have not yet registered then now is the time. Entry is free but you must be over 16 and work in a food or hospitality business. For more information on visiting or exhibiting go to foodandhospitality.com.au or call the team on 03 9999 5460.

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