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The Baker’s Corner sessions are FREE and available to any industry person. So grab a coffee from the BAA Café and head over to be part of a casual open forum style conference.

TUESDAY

18th JUNE 2024

  • 11am PEAL (Plain English Allergen Labelling)

    The changes to allergen labelling have been termed Plain English Allergen Labelling (PEAL). Are you printing ingredients on your labels or need new packaging and labelling? You need the Allergen Bureau and Gavin Wilson from UPAC to explain it in even plainer English and remove any confusion to ensure your bakery is PEAL compliant.

WEDNESDAY

19th JUNE 2024

  • 11am Think Tank

    If you share a common vision to improve the baking industry in Australia, bring your ideas and thoughts to the BAA Think Tank.

  • 1pm Social Media Interactive Workshop

    Do you know what social media marketing is? Join the interactive workshop and help your business gain exposure, increase traffic, and generate leads.

THURSDAY

20th JUNE 2024

  • 11am End Food Waste

    For individual food businesses, food waste costs an average 5.6% of total sales. Join Carolyn and learn how this can impact your bakery and what you can do to reduce this.

Carolyn Cameron

Carolyn Cameron is Sector Action Plan Lead for End Food Waste Australia. She has over 40 years’ experience in environmental and strategic planning, working with the mining industry, universities, state and national governments. After leaving the role of Senior Executive with the national Department of Environment in 2015, she has been a strategic consultant on complex environmental management projects, including for the past 5 years focussing on working with industry and governments to reduce food waste.

Stewart Latter

Jason Mizzen

Shaun 'Pyney' Pyne

Shaun Pyne ran a successful finance business for more than 20 years before selling up and hitting the road to realise his life’s ambition of visiting every pie vendor and bakery in Australia, bar none.

Tony Smith

Anton Duc

Anton was called to the bar in April 2015. He has a broad practice with a particular focus in employment and family law. Since being called to the bar, Anton has represented a wide variety of clients from corporations and individuals and not for profits. He is the BAA workplace and IR relations barrister.