Foodservice Australia expo moves to August

Organisers of the Foodservice Australia trade exhibition have announced that the event will be moving to new dates in August to ensure it can run at full capacity. The show will now run from 24-26 August 2021 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Event Director Tim Collett says “We made this decision in the best interests of exhibitors and visitors. While we may have been able to run on the original June dates the restrictions in Melbourne would have made it hard for everyone to attend. This short delay allows us to run a show that is even bigger and better than anticipated.”

All the seminars, conferences and competitions associated with this huge industry event will also be moving to the new dates. These include the Aged Care Catering Summit, National Restaurant Conference, Chef Success Workshop, Café School, The Sweet Spot theatre, Bocuse d’or and Chef of the Year.

Mr Collett says “The food and hospitality industry is desperate to reconnect and rebuild. Covid has made everyone look closely at how they operate and where we are heading. This show will be the place to find new products, new suppliers and new ideas. Frankly I think it will be the most important trade show we have ever run”.

Exhibitor, visitor and conference registrations will all roll over to the new dates. Organisers are currently updating the information and sending out further information.

Entry is free however visitors must be over 16 years of age and work in a food or hospitality business. For more information and registration visit foodserviceaustralia.com.au or call the food team on 03 9999 5460.

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