02 6173 7000

Level 1, Endeavour House, 1 Franklin Street, Manuka ACT 2603

©2020 by Food in the Capital, Regional Development Australia ACT.

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WHAT IS FOOD IN
THE CAPITAL?

Food in the Capital is the first of its kind sustainable food event for Canberra and the surrounding region. 

The two day event will feature over 95 speakers from around the globe. They will discuss the latest innovations in rural and urban farming, together with practical solutions to food production, transport and sales. The event will initiate the building of a unique city region agrifood cooperative.
 

THEMES

Three themes will be explored throughout the conference.

SUSTAINABILITY OF FOOD

BUSINESS OF
FOOD

FUTURE OF
FOOD

Includes sessions:

Sustainable Urban Farming

Vertical Farming

Food Cooperatives

Food Waste

Our Water System

Includes sessions:

Food Success Stories

Farming for the City

Workforce & Skills

Transport & Logistics

Building Better Soils

Getting Ready to Export

Includes sessions:

Food Innovation

Fixing a Broken Food System

Investor Views

Food Innovation – Food Agtech

Social Venture

Chef’s Views and Food Service

The High-Tech Greenhouse

Profit for Purpose

 

TICKETS

All tickets will be refunded in the case of the cancellation of the conference.

ADMISSION

 

 

Admission to Food in the Capital for two days. Discount prices available for SME.

TRADE EXPO

 

Explore our trade expo showcasing the best in local produce and the latest in industry products.

BOOTHS & POP UPS

Showcase your business to the industry.

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VIP DINNER

 

Join industry leaders at an exclusive VIP dinner.

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WHY COME?

Food Business, Farmer, Manufacturer

Get the latest insights from experts on food markets and consumer trends. Sell more of your product for a good return in Canberra and elsewhere. New technologies to generate more revenue and new markets. Connect with restaurants, supermarkets, service providers and the food service industry.


Policy maker, Community group, Thought leader, Foodie

How to make systemwide urban farming a reality in Canberra and other cities of Australia. Building food as the vehicle for reducing emissions, utilising food waste, greater social inclusion, food security and improved nutrition. Creating a reputation for fresh, clean and green local produce driving tourism and exports. Food as a driver of economic diversification.