Fine Food has served the local retail, foodservice and hospitality sectors since 1994, but this year will see an exciting change to Fine Food Queensland.

Fine Food Queensland’s new format has been developed specifically for the Queensland food industry. It will focus on local products and local issues as well as new and innovative food drink and equipment from around Australia.

2014 will be more interactive, feature more suppliers catering to the needs of the local market, deliver more opportunities to get your products in front of 5000+ key buyers and increase personal connections within your industry. This is your chance to get to know the local buyers.


What's new in 2014?

Growers’ Avenue. Fresh produce, locally grown

Chefs on the Couch. Panel discussion of local and national chefs on the latest trends

Restaurant of Champions. Live kitchens, high pressure challenges and a selection of the best café’s, restaurants, pubs and the Defence Force all vying for the prestigious ACF award

Demonstration Kitchen. Where exhibitors can book a spot to prepare and present their products to a live audience of interested buyers

Business Seminars. The business of food presented by local talent focusing on local challenges and local and international trends

Beverage Theatre. Will host a series of free-to-attend sessions including the popular Coffee Academy and Cheese & Wine Matching Masterclasses