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FOOD HUI 2020.
Monday 19th October - Day 1 by Restaurant Association.
Tuesday 20th October - Day 2 by Eat New Zealand.
Where: Te Papa, Wellington.
Eat New Zealand began life as a day of talks about our food and the things that influence it. For that reason our Food Hui remains a hugely important date in our yearly calendar. This is our sixth consecutive annual symposium and it will be held in Wellington on Monday 19th & Tuesday 20th October, as a part of VISA Wellington on a Plate and co-presented with the Restaurant Association of New Zealand.
It is undoubtedly the most important food conversation in New Zealand, as it covers all aspects of our food; from agriculture to hospitality and tourism.
We’re a small country with a big voice, and when we speak, more often than not, the world listens. So, we’re gathering up some of the best local and international speakers who bring with them tools, stories, and ideas to educate and inspire! If we stand together we have the power to create enormous change for good. Come and be part of the event that moves beyond the walls of establishments and into the community and nation.
Eat New Zealand are partnering with the Restaurant Association of New Zealand to bring you a plethora of speakers and panellists as they take the stage to share knowledge and insights. Assembled for two days of talking, listening and thinking about New Zealand food, it’s going to be an amazing opportunity to learn from movers and shakers.
Schedule for Day 2 - Tuesday 20th October presented by Eat New Zealand
9.00am - Welcome – Daniel Eb – MC
9.05am - Giulio Sturla – Eat New Zealand Founder & Chair
9.10am - Angela Clifford – Eat New Zealand CE
9.20am - Andrew Clark – MPI
9.25am - John Bennett - ANZ
9.35am - Kaitaki - Our nationwide network of young food story-tellers
Kate Underwood - Eat New Zealand
Pā Shaq – Ngāti Hine & Tūāpapa Māori Language Academy
Nickie Hursthouse – Dietician/Heart Foundation NZ
Dave McKenzie – Slow Food International
Ashleigh Barrowman – Wine Diamonds NZ
Megan Hart – Beef Farmer & Northland Inc.
10.40am – Morning Tea
11.00am - Slow Fish - Community access to our fish and artisan fishers
Nate Smith - Gravity Fishing
Anutosh Penny Cusack – Slow Food Auckland
Jim Woods – Beauline
Troy Bramley - Tora Collective
12.00pm - Local Grain Economy - A resilient future for our grain growers, bakers, chefs & eaters
Alison Stewart – FAR
Simon Morton - Shelly Bay Baker
Sam Forbes – Shelly Bay Baker
Mick Williams - Ahiahure Farm
Suzy Rhea - Ngamara Farm
1.00pm - Lunch by Chef Vicky Ha – Kaitaki & House of Dumplings
2.00pm - National Food Strategy - Why we need one and how to make it a reality
Lindy Nelson - Ratahiwi Farm
Annie Ualesi – Called
Geoff Kira - Aotearoa Policy Network
Charles Ehrhart – KPMG
Boyd Swinburn - University of Auckland
3.00pm - Food Tourism - An exciting future from our regions to our national agencies
Sarah Meikle - Wellington Culinary Events Trust
Kelly Barry - Ngāi Tahu
Susan Kilsby – ANZ
Annie Dundas – ATEED
Kim Thorp – Antipodes & Black Barn
Sam Gasson – Moiety
4.00pm - Farewell
Schedule for Day 1 - Monday 19th October presented by the Restaurant Association of New Zealand
The event is for Eat New Zealand supporters, all Restaurant Association members, owners/operators, food producers, fishers, farmers, chefs, restaurateurs, suppliers, tourism operators, media and food lovers. Last year we saw over 200 people attend from all around New Zealand and we expect to see even more in 2020.
Every year has been an opportunity to connect and advance our thinking collectively, particularly important in such tumultuous times. If you want insight into what’s happening and the people making it happen, get along.
More info over on www.foodhui.nz
Huge thank you to our Day 2 Sponsors: ANZ, MPI, Beef & Lamb, FAR.
As well as support by: Te Papa, Wellington Culinary Events Trust, Restaurant Association of New Zealand.
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