Fine Food Australia 2014 exhibition

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Fine Food Australia 2014 exhibition

Fine Food Australia is celebrating its 30th year of connecting buyers and sellers within the retail, foodservice and hospitality sectors. Returning to Melbourne in 2014, this year’s event is a must-attend for anyone in the food industry.


 Connect with over 1,000 exhibitors and be inspired by live demonstrations, masterclasses and industry recognised competitions.

Discover new business opportunities, see, touch and taste the latest products and trends and learn new ideas to improve and reinvigorate your business.
Fine Food Australia will offer an actioned packed four day program of special features designed to educate and enlighten each visitor. An array of exciting industry recognised competitions, live demonstrations, masterclasses and interactive experiences will provide an abundance of information and inspiration to help you take your business forward.
Don’t miss Fine Food Australia when it returns to Melbourne in 2014!
For more information and register, please contact:
Ca Mau Trade Tourist Investment Promotion Center (CTIP)
1B An Duong Vuong , Ward 7, Ca Mau City, Viet Nam
Tel: +84. 780. 3827985   Fax: +84. 780. 3827893
Email: ctipcm@gmail.com; website: camautravel.vn


Poster: Phạm Thị Bích Thủy
Source: Ctip - finefoodaustralia.com.au


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