More than 300 people participated in World Food Day celebrations hosted by GCI, QAAFI and the School of Agriculture and Food Science on 16 October 2014.

Kicking off with a food industry breakfast, more than 50 people joined guest speakers from the bush food industry and UQ researchers to discuss how native foods will play a critical role in food security as the global population increases. QAAFI’s Dr Yasmina Sultanbawa spoke to ABC Rural at the event. Listen here…

A public morning tea followed at the new UQ bush food garden with Indigenous chef Dale Chapman. More than 300 people attended this event. Dale cooked a unique array of local bush tucker flavours including Bunya nut pesto, Wattleseed damper, Lemon Myrtle cheesecake and crocodile sausages. View more photos from the day on our Facebook page.


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