21st October 2021 Events / Food Hui
Eat New Zealand and the Restaurant Association have made the decision to move their Food Hui 2021 online.
Prime minister Jacinda Ardern is one of more than 90 world leaders who are set to participate in the historic UN Food Systems Summit next week.
Eat New Zealand and The Restaurant Association have postponed this year’s Food Hui until 1 and 2 November.
With New Zealand remaining in lockdown until at least Tuesday 24 August, Zespri’s scheduled grower roadshows starting today, 23 August have been postponed.
Visa Wellington On a Plate’s intends to restart Burger and Cocktail Wellington at Level 2 for those venues who choose or are able to take part, after the event was scuppered by alert level 4 lockdown.
Danny Meyer will be one of the keynote speakers at the inaugural New Zealand Hospitality Summit at the Trusts Arena in Auckland on 8-9 September.
BioTechNZ and AgriTechNZ are leading an event addressing cell-based agriculture which can create food products from cell cultures as opposed to whole plants or animals.
SkyCity restaurant Huami is staging an immersive cultural experience in conjunction with Heart of the City’s Elemental Festival in Auckland.
A handful of Food & beverage events from across the country have made the shortlist for the 2021 NZ Events Association New Zealand Event Awards after a record 108 entries were received.
Uncertainty surrounds events scheduled for Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds after the venue suddenly announced its liquidation on Tuesday.
The Riddet Institute is today hosting Feed our Future: A New Zealand Sustainable Food Systems Dialogue.
Annual trade show and conference confirmed for 7-9 June despite Victoria lockdown.
Marlborough Bayleys Friday Night Feast is back for 2021, showcasing the region’s food, wine and other beverages.
It was the first time the event would take place in two years.
A team of second year Wintec Culinary Arts students will deliver the Leading the Way Lunch at Wintec, as part of the Feast Waikato Festival.
The Food Show Christchurch will make its returning this April after Covid saw the event cancelled in 2020.
The event was expected to attract more than 200 local and international exhibiting companies and 4000+ qualified visitors.
There will be 40 lots of wine, many of which were being specially blended, at this year’s event.
Southland will host the Savour the South – Eat Drink Play & Stay event, as the region looks to elevate its reputation as a food and beverage destination.
New Zealand’s inaugural Food Waste Summit, Te Hui Taumata Moumou Kai o Aotearoa, will take place at Villa Maria Winery on Monday 22 March.