Fine Food Australia’s finest show features [sponsored]

23 August, 2016 by
Danielle Bowling

Fine Food Australia 2016’s line-up is considered one of the best yet, with appearances from leading chefs, business entrepreneurs and other industry experts, providing insight and advice, across the fiour day show from 12-15 September at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

This year’s Bulla Pastry Stage features demonstrations from critically acclaimed experts with the stage’s features focused on trends and innovations driving the patisserie world. Masterclasses will be led by the likes of Christy Tania, internationally acclaimed pastry and dessert chef and recent judge on MasterChef Australia; Darren Purchese, owner and pastry chef behind Australia’s successful Burch & Purchese Sweet Studio, and Emmanuele Forcone winner of 2015’s Coupe de Monde de la Patisserie.


The MYOB Talking Food Stage returns in 2016 with speakers including Bruce Keebaugh of the Big Group, Ken Burgin with his expert advice on hospitality and staff; David Messam of Just the Drop discussing holistic hospitality marketing; while experts such as Dr Emma Holmes discuss how to incorporate healthy lifestyle trends into menus. Familiar business faces will also feature, such as Bao Hoang of Rolld, Daniel Wilson of Huxtaburger and Jackie Middleton of Earl Canteen leading a discussion on scaling up and expanding into takeaway.



Along with this veritable line-up of experts, Fine Food Australia favourites such as the Bulla Family Dairy Stand, The Official Great Aussie Pie & Sausage Roll Comp, Australian Culinary Challenge, Bake Skills Australia and Live Bakery will return.

There’s no doubt that Fine Food Australia 2016 will be an invaluable four days for the foodservice, hospitality and retail industry. Along with nearly 1,000 exhibitors featuring innovative and exciting new products, it provides an unrivalled opportunity for networking and insight into the future of Australia’s food industry.


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