May 5, 2011, 7:32 am

The BBC Good Food Show Summer is urging all foodie trendsetters to get their tickets for this summer’s event at the NEC to learn about what’s new and hot in the food market.

The team behind the show have spent months putting together the event for anyone with their finger on the food pulse.

Laura Biggs, Managing Director of Haymarket Exhibitions said:

“The BBC Good Food Show Summer is the perfect place to pick up tips and do a spot of shopping to surprise your guests and become a trendsetter among your group of friend.

“We have a wealth of speciality and artisan producers just waiting to tell you all about their fantastic products and how they can work for you this summer.”

Some of the top trends at this summer’s show include:

Making your own and Buying British:
With budgeting high on the agenda, visitors to the BBC Good Food Show Summer can learn from a number of producers on how to make their own.
There will be a kit to ‘make your own jam’ from ‘Jam on the hill’ and a yoghurt making kit from ‘Easiyo’.

The show will help explain why buying British is also a way to save money and the environment while supporting local farmers.

A spokesperson from the event said:

“If you are going to buy British then why not taste, try and buy from the recently crowned World Cheese Champion 2010 ‘Cornish Blue’ to add a little prestige to your cheese board plus British Fine Foods will also be on hand with a fantastic selection of the best of British.”

Afternoon Tea:
There seems to be a surging trend in the popularity of Afternoon Tea and the public are hurrying to tea shops across the country to discover the next big thing for teatime.

The shoe have a range of tea producers including single estate teas from Luponde Tea, Revolution Tea’s fabulous blends and PG tips English Tea Garden.

When it come to what to serve with the tea, this time last year every nook and cranny in bakeries across the country seemed to be filled with cupcakes, but to keep really on trend, Macaroons are now being served instead, made by MasterChef finalist Tim Kinnaird who will be selling his ‘Macarons and more.’

New innovations:
The food world is always coming out with new and different ways to enjoy food and the BBC Good Food Show Summer claims to be at the forefront of these movements.

Visitors will find naturally infused rapeseed oil from Cotswold Gold or chocolate cheese from The Truckle Cheese Company.

By educating visitors emerging trends the show hopes to keep up its reputation as a leading event in the food calendar.

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