Last year saw the event celebrate its 10th anniversary to great success with 7,289 visitors from the food and drink industry descending on Olympia Exhibition Centre for the three-day show. This year’s instalment is set to be even bigger and better with key buyers expected from retail, foodservice, wholesale and distribution.
The event attracts large numbers of new suppliers every year with over half of last year’s exhibitors being new to the event. This makes it the essential event for buyers keen to source the very latest speciality food and drink on the market.
Key features at the 2010 show will include:
Speciality Chocolate Fair – the UK’s only trade event dedicated to artisan chocolate.
Small Business Forum – aimed at those running small or medium sized businesses. The forum offers valuable advice, case studies and solutions to those who face challenges in running a small business.
Fine Food Forum – a dynamic live cooking attraction that will showcase the latest in flavour trends, cutting edge menu design advice and tips from the experts.
The Great Taste Award Winners – the awards are the benchmark for fine food in the UK and are designed to support speciality food producers and independent retailers who are keeping British food traditions alive.
Visitors: Key decision makers from the speciality food and drink industry. Visitors come from independent retailers, delis, hotels and restaurants as well as leading importers, distributers and wholesalers.
Exhibitors: Over 550 suppliers of fine artisan food and drink products.
Website: For further details, including information on how to register, visit www.specialityandfinefoodfairs.co.uk