FINE FOOD AUSTRALIA

Fine Food Australia will be held 11-14 September 2023, at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre.

Fine Food Australia International is one of the leading trade shows in the Food industry. Fine Food Australia is dominated by new products and attracts buyers from restaurants, cafes, bakeries, retailers, food stores, bars, hotels and other food businesses. The Commercial Drinks show, dedicated to bars, takes place alongside Fine Food Australia and showcases premium beers, wines and spirits.

Fine Food Australia is  the only national trade show dedicated to all the sectors of food industry ; from food service, hospitality and retail to bakery.

Fine Food Australia categories

  • Food
  • Catering
  • Drinks, Coffee & Tea
  • Dairy products
  • Packaging
  • Healthy products
  • Hospitality & Retail Services
  • Food Services

For 38 years, 1000 visitors have attended Fine Food Australia each year. The Interaction with chefs, cafe/restaurant/bar owners, meetings with targeted buyers, expansion of commercial portfolio, online activity , is creating  fertile commercial ground for the upcoming commercial periods.

Food industry leaders offer practical solutions to challenging business issues ranging from personnel to profitability.

  • Showcase your products to buyers looking for the latest solutions to meet changing consumer demand
  • Increase your brand exposure at Australia’s premier food show
  • Connect with industry peers
  • Find new distributors
  • Inspire and educate your market

Consumer Trends

Online grocery shopping is on the rise. Consumers are looking for fresh products.

Demand for home-cooked food has also be increased

As a result, the need for quality, healthy raw materials is also increasing.

Market Trends

  • Healthy living continues to be a strong trend in Australia as consumers are regularly informed about their health, wellbeing and consumption habits. The availability of alternative food options and high-quality products on the market, such as gluten-free, sugar-free, is necessary. (or lower sugar/salt content. There is also a growing demand for high protein foods.
  • Consumers are looking for convenience products that will provide immediate solutions to everyday problems, sugary soft drinks, energy drinks, packaged energy drinks, stand as a more  convenience and a healthy alternative.
  • Premiumization is a trend associated with most categories. The ice cream category has been pretty stagnant in the past. However, in recent years the frozen category has been revitalized with premium, gourmet and luxury products.

(Sial Analysis – Food Trend Global Analysis)

Where do consumers shop? and their market-shares.

  • GROCERY/FOOD SUPERMARKET STORES 71%
  • CONVENIENCE STORES 11%
  • MASS-MERCHANDISERS / HYPERMARKETS 11%
  • SMALL, LOCAL NEIGHBORHOOD STORES 8%
  • SPECIALTY STORES 6%

(Nielsen Global Survey)

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