Hurry, EOI for Fine Food Australia closing March 31

Fine Food Australia 2017 Australia’s premier food exhibition will be taking place in Sydney from the Monday 11 – Thursday 14 September 2017.

The PT&I Australia Pacific Islands stand at Fine Food Australia in 2016.

Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Australia has secured a stand to showcase eight Pacific Island exporters. Applications are closing soon on Friday, 31 March 2017. We welcome all Pacific Island exporters to express their interest by completing the application form to be part of the Pacific stand at Fine Food Australia 2017.

Fine Food Australia is Australia’s largest exhibition for the food and beverage industry. An international event showcasing the latest innovations in food, beverages and equipment. It brings together serious buyers and sellers over four busy days, and is the leading food event for Australia, New Zealand and Oceania.

The PT&I Australia stand is an opportunity for Pacific exporters to attract Australian and international buyers to engage one on one in a focused environment. Jeremy Grennell, General Manager Exports, PTI Australia said it was an amazing opportunity for Pacific exporters.

“It is an ideal forum for Pacific Island premium niche products, it enables Pacific businesses to create a profile in the market and also provides an opportunity for them to see first-hand their global competition.”

In 2016, 11 Pacific Island exporters were showcased at the PT&I Australia stand, where more than 19,500 visitors attended the trade show over the four-day event. Pacific exporters who attended the trade show found the experience invaluable. Participant Ola Pacifica said, “We really enjoyed the whole week and it was awesome to meet other PI businesses as well. Thank you for making it such a memorable and enjoyable time.”

A representative of Vanuatu Brewing Limited commented, “This show gives us high hopes as we received positive feedback…”

For more information please contact Paula Bjelanovic, Creative Arts & Events Manager, PTI Australia on email

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