• A packed turnout at the last event.
    A packed turnout at the last event.

Turning the Dial 2024, a sustainability-themed event for the food and beverage manufacturing sector, will be held in Perth on 30 May. This industry event is dedicated to ESG, food waste, and sustainable packaging innovations – supporting the WA food and beverage sector’s transition to a circular economy.

Focused on food waste transformation, sustainable packaging innovation, and the circular economy, Turning the Dial touts itself as the premier annual event for WA food and beverage manufacturers. 

Turning the Dial aims to guide businesses on their journey towards sustainability, while also facilitating networking opportunities across the supply chain. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in plenary sessions, panel discussions, breakout workshops presented by industry leaders renowned for their expertise in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices, as well as in the realms of food waste transformation and sustainable packaging.

There will be keynote presentations from over 20 thought leaders, including Josh Byrne as Master of Ceremonies, and Tristan Kitchener delivering the ESG keynote.

The event will include five interactive breakout sessions, where attendees can apply their newfound knowledge to real-world scenarios and leaving with actionable takeaways for immediate implementation.

There will also be an exhibition display, where participants can engage with local businesses showcasing the latest innovations, technologies, and sustainable solutions that are reshaping the industry landscape.

The day will conclude with a networking sundowner, giving participants the chance to connect with like-minded professionals, forging collaborations, and sharing insights in a relaxed setting.

Early bird passes are available for sale until 30 April.

Food & Drink Business

East Forged is at the forefront of the craft tea industry with its ready-to-drink Cold Brew Nitro Tea brand, positioning tea as a sophisticated beverage suitable for social occasions.

Australia Plant Proteins was the first company in Australia to develop and commercialise a plant protein isolate powder. It is at the forefront of innovative plant-based protein solutions and plays a key role in building Australia’s reputation on the global stage in this burgeoning industry.

Don is set to revolutionise the smallgoods market with the launch of its resealable flow wrap pack for sandwich fillers and other smallgoods.