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Fine Food Australia Exhibition 2013

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by Todd Newton (subscribe)
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Published August 14th 2013
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Many of the foodies out there may be delighted to hear that Fine Food Australia will host its 30th year of exhibitions this September.

From the 9-12th of September, Fine Food will allow foodies the chance to speak with professional chefs and exhibitors and get advice on cooking, food and baking.

By attending the exhibition, you can also get news about the latest appliances and equipment that you can use to whip up a good meal.

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'Phoenix' Display at the 2010 Fine Food Australia exhibition phoeniks1.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/fine-food-particular-trade-show-for-us.html


But the exhibition is a 'trade-only' event meaning only those who work in the food, drink or equipment industries are able to be given access.

Apprentices who are registered or students who are enrolled in a hospitality course at a tertiary level are also welcome to attend.

Just be sure to have some form of identification on you with proof that you work in a food or beverage industry: or with proof that you work in an industry that makes kitchen appliances and equipment.

For those that are eligible to attend, there is some good news. If you pre-register here, you will be able to get in for free.

But pre-registration closes on the 29th of August and if you walk up to the door without registering, you will need to pay a $30 entrance fee.

Now for the foodies, let's move onto the fun stuff.

The event will showcase over 1,000 exhibitions: most of which are divided into the following sections;

Gourmet World

Puddings, sauces and preserves on display.
Condiments, antipasto and oils.
Showcases of Australian original produce.

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Cutting up meat - Wikimedia Commons



Bakery World

Pies and pastry products
Equipment used for baking
Display equipment
Cakes and biscuits

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Kneading up dough - Wikimedia Commons


Confectionery World

Displays of chocolates and specialty chocolates
Lollies and sweets
Dried fruits and nuts
Cake decorations
Impulse lines

Fine Food Australia - Wikimedia Commons
Sweets - Wikimedia Commons


Drinks World

Coffee and tea
Energy drinks
Alcoholic and non-alcohol beverages
Juices

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Coffee - Wikimedia Commons


Dairy World

Butter
Yoghurt
Milk and Cheese
Ice Creams and Desserts
Dips

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Volovec Cheese - Wikimedia Commons


Meat & Seafood World

Displays of Fresh and Frozen Meat
Seafood
Pre-packaged
Delicatessen

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Prawns and Calamari - Wikimedia Commons


Flavours of the World

International pavillion

Displays of the following cuisine;
-Asian
-Mediterranean
-Middle Eastern
-The Americas



If you choose to attend, you will also see a barrage of contests this year such as;

-The Official Great Aussie Pie Competition- Who doesn't love a good Aussie pie? Well, this competition attracts thousands of entries from bakers across Australia. The standards are really high between the bakers and to win this competition brings prestige so if you enter, expect to bring your A Game.

-Australian Culinary Challenge- Known as the leading chef competition in Australia: top restaurants, chefs and apprentices will compete with one another to produce high standards of cooking and food presentation.

-Bakeskills Australia National Teams Competition- State teams will compete across 26 different product categories including; standard, specialty & artisan breads, croissants, brioche, several pastry products, special occasion cakes, fruit flans, desserts and premium chocolate offerings.

But there is no need to spur out a laundry list of events to see at the Fine Food Exhibition. If you'd like information on contests, seminars and shows that will be held, click here.

So for the trade foodies that are still reading this, register and make your way down to the Sydney Convention & Exhibitions Centre.
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Why? Trade Show for people in the food and services industries
When: Monday (9th Sept): 10am – 8pm, Tuesday– Thursday (10-12 Sept): 10am – 5pm
Phone: 03 9261 4500
Where: Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre
Cost: Free to pre-register, $30 fee for entry after registration closes
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