The southern hemisphere’s leading trade exhibition for the food, hospitality, and retail industries will be held from September 5 – 8 this year, providing exporters from across the Pacific region a platform to showcase their premium products.

The Fine Food Australia trade show attracts more than 1000 exhibitors and alternates between Sydney and Melbourne each September, displaying a range of new and innovative products from both Australia and over 45 international countries.

In addition to this, the event also features live demonstrations, masterclasses and industry recognised competitions.

According to the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Australia, eight producers selected to partake in the exhibition include Vanuatu’s Tanna Coffee, Fiji’s Green Gold Kava and Pacific Premium, Solomon Islands’ NiuLife, SolTuna and Solomons Gold, Samoa’s Living Koko and Niue’s Niue Vanilla.

These exporters will be at the PTI Australia’s Pacific Showcase stand.
In a media release, PTI Australia’s general manager of exports, Jeremy Grennell said these products illustrated the diversity of premium food and beverage products coming out of the Pacific.

“The Fine Food Australia trade show presents a great opportunity for our Pacific exporters to engage with buyers in a one-on-one environment, allowing them to really share the story behind their products and gain further access into international markets,” he said.

Mr Grennell said with more than 25,000 expected visitors, the trade show provided great opportunities for Pacific businesses to increase their brand awareness and forge direct buyer connections in the Australian market.

This will be the ninth year Pacific Trade Invest Australia has facilitated the Pacific Showcase at the Fine Food Australia trade exhibition.

Source: Fiji Times