ChemLinked Food Regulatory Conference – Oceania 2019

The growth of the food importing in Asia market is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon, and this fast growth presents challenges for manufacturers and brands to remain compliant and still meet consumer demand.

Australia is China’s top import market, and China is the number one largest export market for the Australia. Our event, taking place within months of the GAC release measures to accelerate customs clearance and SAMR launch e-commerce inspection and rectification campaign, will be a unique event for Australian businesses and a real opportunity to deepen our business partnerships with Australia.

The second ChemLinked Food Regulatory Conference – Oceania 2019 (CLFRC 2019) is characterised by insightful commentary and discussion on China and Southeast Asia’s latest regulatory developments in addition to the opportunity to interact with regulatory authorities and network with like-minded professionals.

Experience it for yourself. Join us this November in Sydney for CLFRC 2019.

 

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Whether you’re looking for a spot to grab a quick sip in the sun with the family or settle in for a big session with your mates, Summertime Social is the perfect place to hang this summer.

February

March

Expect a riot at Canberra’s original game-changing dining space, as GOMA chef Matt Blackwell rolls into town for this one-night-only Good Food Month presented by Citi dining event at Monster Kitchen and Bar.

Tikaram joins Good Food Month to share a culture-clashing menu with Canberra at a special two-night event (Friday 13 March and Saturday 14 March) at the award-winning Malaysian-inspired Lanterne Rooms. Tikaram, a former Good Food Guide Young Chef of the Year winner, earned early recognition during stints at Sydney kitchens Bentley and Tetsuya’s, then as head chef of the now-closed but much-loved Longrain.

Guided by award-winning chef Ben Willis, this year’s round of young chefs will be serving up a feast you won’t forget. The full line up of talented young chefs will be announced soon. With four courses including wine and beer, this is a rare chance to meet the chefs before they gain their inevitable hats.

If the future is female, Alanna Sapwell is leading the way for chefs in Australia, and this is your chance to see her in action.

The 13th Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival is set to grow even further in 2020, adding a new street venue to cater for the Festival’s record popularity. The Festival, which will be held on Saturday 21st March between 11am – 6pm, will now be staged in Batman Street and Gooreen Street (adjacent to Mercure Canberra) to showcase an even wider range of premium craft beer and cider exhibitors.