Australia’s leading natural and organic trade event returns

Australia’s leading retail trade event for all things natural, organic and 

‘better-for-you’ – Naturally Good – is only 3 weeks away 

and will unveil a range of exciting new event additions this year. 


Designed as an essential meeting place for category buyers, wholesalers and distributors to expand their retail ranging. Naturally Good returns to Sydney as a unique showcase of the latest products and brands that consumers are demanding. From household favourites, to launch brands, there are products from food, drink, beauty, home, personal care, health and more to discover. 

New in 2023

In keeping with the changing trends of Australian society, this year’s show will see the launch of the new Conscious Consumption Zone highlighting products which demonstrate positive social, economic and environmental impact.   

“As Australian consumers become more conscious at the check-out, products that go the extra mile are in high demand,” said Sinead Kavanagh, Naturally Good Product Manager. “We wanted to provide a dedicated platform for this fast-growing sector to showcase the latest products and innovations driving profits for manufacturers and retailers.” 

“Each year the show grows in size – highlighting everything from organic products to food storage to vegan substitutes,” said Kavanagh.  

 
Re-invigorated industry summit

The ever-popular Naturally Good Summit will take place on day one of the exhibition and will offer a snapshot into the future evolution of Australia’s marketplace for natural, healthy and sustainable packaged goods. 

The exclusive Summit program has been carefully curated for Naturally Good delegates, offering a truly unique program with tangible learnings and takeaways on offer.

The Summit is organised in conjunction with Naturally Good’s Content Advisory Group made up of key industry trailblazers keen to share their journeys. Key topics include Trends and Innovation in 2023; Sustainability and Socially Conscious Businesses; Consumer Insights; and Business Strategy and Retail in 2023. 

Tickets for the Summit are now on sale and can be purchased at time of registering. 

 
Celebrate the best in natural and organic

The Naturally Good Awards categories have also been expanded to recognise healthy and organically grown products, as well as socially responsible businesses. Handpicked industry judges will identify the next big thing in these spaces. The prestigious Awards are a way of recognising the innovation on display within the dynamic Australian industry.  Winners will be announced on Monday 5 June 2023 at the Awards Gala. 

Why attend Naturally Good? 

1. Grow sales by sourcing new and emerging products and experience exclusive product launches.

2. Stay up to date on industry trends so you can make informed business decisions and stay ahead of the competition.

3. Network and grow your contacts at the heartbeat of the industry to further expand your product offerings and customer base.

4. Access the best minds in business strategy at the Summit and gain insights into emerging consumer preferences, sustainability practices, regulatory changes, and market trends.

5. Get insider intel on hot trends and winning ecommerce moves at the Speaker Series taking place on the show floor.

The Naturally Good Expo is on from 5-6 June 2023, at Sydney’s International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour. 
To register free for the expo click here.

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