Connect to new markets, both locally and internationally

We believe in growing your business both locally and internationally. We help you by representing your products and brands at international trade shows and outbound missions, including connecting you with buyers through inbound missions, roadshows and the Australian Food & Beverage Catalogue.

 We have plenty on the agenda for 2024 ...
If you are interested in entering your food and beverage products to new markets, we are running a series of forum with experts in the region, in collaboration with industry associations and real businesses already in-market.

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  • Vietnam, February 2024
  • Latin America, March 2024
  • Singapore, March 2024
  • Phillipines, March 2024
  • China, April 2024  
  • Thailand, April 2024
  • US, May 2024
  • Korea, May 2024
  • Malaysia, June 2024
  • Taiwan, June 2024

Trade Readiness Forum

If you are interested in entering your food and beverage products into a new market, then these forums are for you. Forums are run by experts in the region, in collaboration with industry associations and real businesses already in-market.

Food and Beverage Insights Tour

A new tour is soon to be announced. Designed for Australian food and beverage companies interested in gaining market intelligence, discovering in-market trends, and export diversification into particular markets. With a mini trade show format and the opportunity to showcase product samples, this is your chance to meet face-to-face and put your best foot forward.

Highlights from previous market access activities

Gulfood 2020

Gulfood, held in Dubai, is the world’s largest annual food and beverage trade exhibition. In 2020, FIAL was pleased to play host to 11 Australian food and beverage businesses on the Australian stand. By showcasing their products on the stand, businesses had a chance to meet directly with international buyers, interested in sourcing Australian products. 

Food and Asia 2018

Singapore is Australia’s largest trade and investment partner in the ASEAN region. This relationship is particularly strong for the food and agribusiness sector. Due to the limited land available for agriculture, Singapore imports over 90 per cent of the food consumed by its population of approximately 5.5 million people.