Western Australia’s biennial foodservice industry event, Fine Food Western Australia returns to the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre 20-22 March, 2011.
Over three days, thousands of visitors will attend WA’s largest food, drink and equipment trade event for the retail, foodservice and hospitality industries.
Returning in 2011 is a zone dedicated to bakery equipment and ingredients,‘Bakery World’, including products from Borgcraft, New Norcia Bakeries and Ready Bake.
Attending with a full range of equipment is Victoria’s Doughmaker, who will be displaying convection ovens with variable speed.
“It’s for 16 and 18 inch tray Australian standard, which is unusual, and it’s got three variable speeds for the fans,” Dougmaker managing director, Neil Lawrence said.
Dougmaker will be displaying the KL100 specialised mixer for hard pizza dough, which it had launched mid-2010.
“We will display everything for bakery. From mixers to provers to guarders, ovens and water-meters. We’ll have everything so if someone wants to open a bakery… we can supply all equipment, everything,” Mr Lawrence said.
One of Western Australia’s largest kitchen contractors, Caterlink will be targeting the bakery industry at the event.
“We have noticed a steady recovery since the GFC. There has been growth and opportunities in the bakery market in Western Australia,” Caterlink’s bakery sales manager, Marlien Fitzgerald told Baking Business.
Some of Caterlink’s bakery projects from initial stages to completion or refurbishments across Perth and regional areas include the West Coast College of TAFE, Lawley’s Bakery, Burswood Entertainment Complex and Boddington Bake Hous.