Foodservice sees development in plant-based innovation

The trend towards vegetarian and vegan diets continues to grow across Australia, with nearly 2.5 million Australians living a plant-based lifestyle. This trend is expected to grow even further in the coming years and be worth $ 215 million to the Australian economy.

At the Food & Hospitality Queensland Show you will find many ideas to add vegan dishes to your menu, such as: B. Fenn Foods' vegetable meat products; The innovative protein shaping technology from ProForm Foods and the handcrafted whole foods range from Sweet Nectar.

You can also find plant-based options from Kitchen Remedy, The No Bake Company, V2 Foods, Dilectio, and ALL G Foods, as well as delicious ready-made meals that are different from Big Owl Foods.

Discover all this and much more for vegan and vegetarian guests at Food & Hospitality Queensland. Now, if you want to connect, you can find all the information about these companies and much more at

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