7-8 Jul 2022
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

Industry News

Visit MOSCA, the technology leader in the strapping industry, at the FoodTech Qld Networking Bar

Jun 30, 2022 Plant Equipment
MOSCA products have been sold throughout Australia and New Zealand for over 30 years. The continued growth in this region lead to the founding of Mosca Australia in early 2003.

Exhibitor Interviews

May 25, 2022 FoodTech News
We chat to Adam France, Operations Manager at Thompson Meat Machinery, about the benefits of exhibiting at FoodTech Qld and the innovations that they're looking forward to showcasing at the event this July 2022.

FoodTech Qld 2022 | The destination for food innovation

Feb 3, 2022 FoodTech News
The food industry has been waiting for an event to connect and do business, and what better place to reconnect with peers than in the sunny Gold Coast? Join the industry at FoodTech Qld 7-8 July 2022 at Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre for two days of business, networking, and education.

Farming Forward

From ground to gate to virtual plate – Corematic adds Industry 4.0 to the food manufacturers manual.

Why Queensland is feasting on food R&D

With multiple food “incubators” offering state-of-the art facilities, the state’s small-to-medium enterprises are reaping the benefits.

Dust settles, we don’t! SMC rids the industry of pesky dust issues

Jul 12, 2019 Plant Equipment
No matter what environment you operate in, dust remains an issue. Whether you’re in a harsh environment such as mining or are looking to pass the ‘white glove’ test in the food and beverage, agricultural or pharmaceutical industries, SMC’s new JSXFA series is the answer!

We hear you loud and BEER! Black Hops & Fibre King co-develop a case packer for craft brewers

As Australia's 'craft beer boom' continues, manufacturers are working with breweries to develop more focused, industry-specific technology.

How Queensland’s food manufacturers are moving forward in technological leaps and bounds

Queensland: perfect one day, extreme weather the next. Yet the state’s food manufacturers are proving not only resilient to the worst climatic conditions but tech savvy, with a raft of world-beating innovations.
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