Growing the sector & fostering innovation
The Victorian Food Innovation Network is the one-stop shop for all food innovation related activity in Victoria. It provides a single source of information for Victorian food businesses looking to engage with innovation services providers, such as universities and other organisations with research and design capabilities. Join the Network for regular updates and to access the content.
Welcome to the Food Innovation Network
The Victorian Food Innovation Network provides a single source of information for Victorian food businesses looking to engage with innovation services providers, such as universities and other organisations with research and design capabilities. Join the Network.
Meet the Expert
There are over 40 experts on our Expert page covering all aspects of food innovation
New to the Food innovation Network – introducing Hospopreneurs weekly podcasts
The Hospopreneurs Podcast explores creativity and innovation in the hospitality industry by interviewing influential people across the hospitality supply chain. Host, James Henderson, blends Q&A, anecdotes and other resources into an informative program that educates and inspires. Every week James will provide a new podcast from the food hospitality sector. Check out the latest episode here
The Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2019 is a half day of manufacturing excellence from Victoria. Get your free ticket at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/victorian-manufacturing-showcase-2019-vms19-tickets-58692572063
DJAKITJUK DJANGA: NATIVE FOODS AND BOTANICALS INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT The Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations is partnering with Agriculture Victoria to support Aboriginal-owned businesses and organisations to develop a thriving local native foods and botanicals industry. Djakitjuk Djanga means Country’s Food in Jaara language, acknowledging our deep and everlasting connection to Country and the native foods and botanicals of the land. Through Djakitjuk Djanga, the Federation will support and contribute to the participation and leadership of Victoria’s First Peoples in the development of a culturally authentic industry. The program will help build on cultural knowledge and practice to help build sustainable food systems which are climate-aware, innovative, nutritious and resilient. Traditional Owners and industry stakeholders are encouraged to contact the Federation on 0412 322 303 or email@example.com to participate in the program or learn more. Applications close on: Wednesday 6 May 2020.