Event Overview

The National Food Plan (2013) scoped the opportunity for Australia to
increase its agriculture and food related exports by 45% by 2025.

The Australian agrifood industry is constantly facing challenges in production, processing and supply to meet the growing need from international markets, particularly from an increasingly affluent middle class in Asia.

The production demand on the country’s primary industries is forecast to grow significantly over the next few years. In order to capitalise on this growth opportunity there is a need to understand how emerging innovations and technologies and improved business strategy can enhance farm production, food processing and the broader Australian agrifood supply chain.

An initiative of Reed Exhibitions and the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales, Agriworld Australia 2015 will bring the agri-food industry together from farm to fork and provide the networking, business opportunities, information sharing and education required to ensure this growth opportunity isn’t missed.

To be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park from 16-17 July 2015, Agriworld Australia 2015 is the first and only business to business event in Australia which will bring together the complete agrifood supply chain. The event will attract Australian and international professionals from food and fibre producers to food processors, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, investors, analysts and policymakers in an exhibition and conference built on four key pillars:



Especially in light of growing export market opportunities in China, Indonesia and throughout Asia, the conference and exhibition will also take a strong focus on fostering opportunities for Australian agriculturalists and food enterprises to do business in our Asia-Pacific neighbourhood.


Agriworld Australia 2015
Thursday 16 July 8.30am - 5.30pm
Friday 17 July 8.30am - 5.30pm


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