Foodservice sees growth in plant-based innovation

The trend in vegetarian and vegan eating continues to grow across Australia with nearly 2.5 million Australians leading a plant-based lifestyle. This trend is predicted to rise even further in the coming years and is set to be worth $215 million to the Australian economy.

At the Food & Hospitality Queensland show, you’ll find plenty of ideas for adding vegan dishes to your menus such as Fenn Foods‘ plant-based meat products; ProForm Foods‘ innovative protein forming technology and Sweet Nectar’s crafted whole food range.

You’ll also find plant-based options from Kitchen RemedyThe No Bake Company,  V2 FoodsDilectio, and ALL G Foods as well as delicious ready to eat meals with a difference from Big Owl Foods.

Discover all this and much more for vegan and vegetarian diners at Food & Hospitality Queensland. Looking to connect now, all of the information on these companies and many more can be found at foodandhospitality.com.au/exhibitor-list.

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