It's time to reconnect with Foodservice Australia

Discover new ideas for your retail store, supermarket, supermarket, cafe, restaurant or shop over three days from 27 February to 1 March 2022 at the event in Melbourne.

More than 450 exhibitors will be on display, along with cooking competitions, two conferences and many free workshops and demonstrations. Whether you're here for just a few hours or the full three days, you'll see plenty of fresh new ideas to help businesses increase their bottom line and stay ahead of their competition.

Foodservice Australia prides itself on being a trade only event, helping thousands of visitors get straight to the point. The show is focused on giving the industry an opportunity to reconnect and rebuild after Covid-19 has made business harder than ever.

This national, highly targeted event will showcase the latest in food and beverage products, catering and baking equipment, technology, furniture and fittings and much more.

Discover new products stocked at your retail store or store.

Foodservice Australia takes place from 27 February to 1 March 2022 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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Note: This is a business event. There is no public entry. All visitors must be over the age of 16 and work in a food retail or hospitality industry.

More to see, taste and do

Foodservice Australia 2022 will be packed with exciting exhibitors showcasing the latest food and appliance innovations. Discover new products in stock from suppliers and new ways to complete your offer.

All G foods

Visit Stand V42 at Foodservice Australia

Love BUDS – All G' Food's plant-based brand is the newest protein on the block. Made 100% from plants, the good thing lies in the combination of their natural ingredients. Love BUDS burger patties are hitting menus across Australia and have recently hit the shelves at select IGAs.
From lunch to dinner, Love BUDS 125g succulent burger patties and BUDS Jnr 40g 'easier way to burger' slider have you covered. You can also spice up your plant-based menu game with Ground Beef and Sausages (coming soon) and create delicious spag-bol, tacos and sizzling sausages. Find out more about this new range from the team at Foodservice Australia 2022.

Mission Foods

Visit Stand P24 at Foodservice Australia 2022

Founded in 1949, Mission Foods is one of the world's largest manufacturers of tortillas, flatbreads and cornmeal. Produced in Melbourne, browse the show floor's extensive range of flour tortillas, tacos, corn chips, wraps, pizza crusts, pita pockets and flatbreads. At Foodservice Australia 2022, learn how Mission Foods' extensive offering across multiple channels can work in your store.

Mr Constance

Visit Stand N18 at Foodservice Australia 2022

Mr Consistent creates restaurant quality handcrafted cocktails. They source fresh juices and use traditional recipes to create the perfectly balanced premium cocktail mixes.

All mixers are designed to require one type of alcohol, shake and serve. So you get the perfectly balanced two-ingredient cocktail, ready for the retail market. Try the premium handcrafted cocktail mixers at Foodservice Australia 2022.

Lakanto Australia

Visit Stand N14 at Foodservice Australia 2022

Lakanto Australia is revolutionizing the health of the planet by creating innovative sugar-free foods that promote vitality, wellness and longevity. This year, Lakanto is a gold sponsor of the popular Sweet Spot theater showcasing its all-natural monk fruit sweetener. Monk fruit is a fruit that is many times sweeter than sugar. The unique blend of monk fruit extract and non-GMO erythritol is diabetic and keto-friendly, with 93% fewer calories than sugar and can be used as a heat-stable 1:1 substitute for sugar in almost any product.

Lakanto products are becoming a staple for many different lifestyles – diabetic, keto, paleo, vegan, low glycemic, gluten-free, low-carb, high-fat eating plan, plant-based and more. They are ideal for customers looking for a natural sugar substitute with no bitter aftertaste that won't spike their blood sugar. Don't miss the sugar substitute made from a classic monk fruit alternative.


Visit Stand R18 at Foodservice Australia 2022

Since starting in 2012 as a small bao bakery in Melbourne's CBD, Wonderbao has grown into an Australian manufacturer and wholesale supplier of quality steamed baos. Every single bao is made from scratch at its Melbourne facility.

Wonderbao's retail range has landed on the shelves of local supermarkets and is now expanding to restaurants. Try the tasty bao during Foodservice Australia.

Garlic grown

Visit Stand SP40 at Foodservice Australia 2022

Garlicious Grown is known for its award-winning gourmet Australian black garlic cloves, black garlic powder, dressings and aioli. It is a thriving Australian owned HACCP certified company based in South East NSW.

Black garlic is the new superfood trend for the growing vegan and health-conscious market and foodies. Available in retail and hospitality sizes. Try out the range at the fair.


Visit Stand P18 at Foodservice Australia

Chobani was founded on the belief that people have great taste; You just need great options. Chobani has become Australia's fastest growing yoghurt brand and has reinvented the Australian yoghurt category with a yoghurt that is uniquely made using an authentic sieving process. Chobani Australia produces great on-the-go products that are delicious, nutritious, natural and accessible. Sample the delights during Foodservice Australia 2022.

Lantmannen uniback

Visit Stand W1 at Foodservice Australia 2022

Lantmännen Unibake Australia is a leading manufacturer with expertise in retail and foodservice frozen bakery products, serving consumers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week around the world. Lantmännen Unibake offers high quality products and solutions. The product brands consist of Bakery Du Jour and Schulstad Bakery Solutions, which include high-quality ready-glazed Danish pastries, croissants, brioche, continental bites and more. Check out these products and more at Foodservice Australia.

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