Download the 'Electronic Invitation' to send to your customers via email
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EXHIBITOR APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Friday 13th January 2023 - Unless booked out before - FIA Members receive preference
PAYMENT REQUIRED BY: Friday 13th January 2023
MEMBERS: Payment must be made 14 days prior to the tradeshow, if not, you will not be able to exhibit.
NON MEMBERS: Applications can not be accepted until stand fees are paid in full 14 days prior to the tradeshow.
LATE BOOKINGS: Must pay immediately
- Cancellation 4 weeks before show – 100% refund
- Cancellation between 2 & 4 weeks before – 50% refund
- Cancellation within 2 weeks of show – no refunds
- Cancellation under 4 weeks full refund if space sold - $20.00 admin fee
NOTE: The person completing this for will be the person resposilve for payments or forwarding the invoice onto the correct person for payment.
A TAX INVOICE WILL BE ISSUED VIA EMAIL
STAND FEES: includes floor space and access to power only.
NOTE: Tablecloths, power leads, power boards, special electrical connections are not included in the stand fee.
If any additional items of hire equipment are required they should be hired direct with a local company – details will be advised in the Bump In Details closer to the event.
Stand Sizes Approx:
Single 2.5m x 2m
NSW Food Authority licence
Businesses that need to hold a licence with the Food Authority include:
Eggs – producers (other than small egg farms), graders, processors and storage facilities
Dairy - dairy producers, factories, stores and vendors
Meat - businesses that handle, process, pack or store red meat or poultry (other than small poultry meat farms) for humans or animals. Includes retail butchers
Seafood - businesses that handle and wholesale seafood excl. shellfish
Shellfish - businesses that cultivate, harvest or depurate shellfish
Plant products - businesses producing products such as seed sprouts, vegetables in oil or unpasteurised juices
Vulnerable persons - food service to vulnerable persons in hospitals and aged care facilities
Transporters – businesses that transport any of the foods above.
If you are on the list above and do not hold a licence please visit:
NSW Food Business Notification Number
All food businesses in New South Wales must either hold a current food licence or notify the authority of their food activity details. Food businesses that are required to be licensed are:
Businesses that provide food service to vulnerable populations Plant product businesses Businesses that handle or process meat Businesses that handle or process seafood or shellfish Dairy producers, factories and vendors Businesses that produce or process eggs and egg related products.