Aspiring Aussie apprentices encouraged to apply for the culinary experience of a lifetime — Entries are now open for the 17th annual Fonterra Proud to be a Chef mentoring program, presenting Australian apprentice chefs with the culinary experience of a lifetime. Thirty-two talented apprentice chefs will be selected to take part in the highly acclaimed, all-expense […]

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One of the most prestigious competitions on the Australian foodservice calendar is this year celebrating its 50th anniversary.

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Golden Pancakes

With the growth of the breakfast market, there’s been a corresponding expansion in what’s on offer on the early-morning menu.

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Speedibake Rustic Mixed Dinner Rolls

There’s never been a wider range of quality baked goods available to foodservice professionals.

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Jess Whyte made the move into the growing market for alpaca meat, and eighteen months later she’s now selling it into foodservice.

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Restaurant & Catering Australia, Clubs Australia, the Australian Hotels Association and Accommodation Association of Australia have joined together to protest the proposed introduction of mandatory Country of Original Labelling (CoOL) for the foodservice sector, particularly for cooked and pre-prepared seafood. They say it would increase compliance costs and administrative red tape for foodservice businesses across […]

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An entrée of ocean trout with cucumber jelly, main course of braised lamb and vegetables, and dessert of chocolate fondant pudding is taking two young North Queensland chefs to the national final of the 2015 Nestlé Golden Chef’s Hat Award. Adam Millard and Lincoln Peagham beat 18 of the region’s best young chefs in the prestigious culinary […]

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Golden Chefs Hat 2015

The Nestlé GOLDEN CHEF’S HAT AWARD, Australia’s longest running culinary competition for young chefs, has received a record-breaking number of registrations into this year’s competition.[1] Standout registration levels came from New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland South regions. Pat Stobbs, Country Business Manager, Nestlé Professional Oceania, says that this year’s entry levels are outstanding, […]

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