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Foodservice Australia 2024

Your chance to discover new ideas for your business!

If you work in the food or hospitality industry then you should be planning a visit to Foodservice Australia. Why? Because there is simply no better way to discover new ideas, products and suppliers.

  • Meet over 450 industry suppliers

  • Taste all the new food trends

  • Try out the latest catering and bakery equipment

  • Attend free seminars and workshops

  • Watch our top chefs and bakers in action

  • Meet other food industry professionals and exchange ideas

  • Stay ahead of the competition

The next show will be running from 10am - 5pm daily, 19 - 21 May 2024 at the ICC Sydney. There will be hundreds of new products and ideas to discover. Plus special events including Chef of the Year, the National Restaurant Conference and the Aged Care Catering Summit.

Launch of Awesome Sugarcane @ Foodservice Australia 2024!

Introduce our new line of eco-friendly products made from bagasse, a sustainable material derived from sugarcane. Embracing the national vision for environmental sustainability, our initiative transforms what would typically be agricultural waste into eco-conscious products.

Key Features:

  • Renewable Resource: Bagasse products utilise sugarcane waste that would otherwise be discarded. The resources are highly renewable, making it an environmentally friendly alternative.

  • Biodegradable: Bagasse products naturally decompose, reducing landfill waste and creating a healthier environment. 

With the introduction of bagasse-based products, we are not just reducing environmental impact but also offering our customers high-quality, sustainable options. By choosing our products, consumers participate in a more significant movement towards sustainability, supporting efforts to preserve our planet for future generations.

Save the Date: May 19-21, 2024

Make sure to mark your calendars for this not-to-be-missed event. Join Awesome at the International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour, Sydney and be part of the future of Australian manufacturing.

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