The Food and Drink Trade Show

The Food and Drink Trade Show

The trade show for inspirational regional food and drink

Meet passionate producers and hear their great stories that you can then pass on to your customers. See live demonstrations in the show’s demo kitchen. Find inspiration and ideas to differentiate yourselves from your competitors, and profit as a result!

Show features

See live demonstrations in the show’s demo kitchen. Find inspiration and ideas to differentiate yourselves from your competitors, and profit as a result! Look out for our exciting Newcomers area. This will feature new local companies that have never exhibited at a trade show before. You’ll have the chance to see, taste and order the latest, most exclusive produce before any of your competitors.

Show profile

At the show you will see the best from local, regional and national catering and hospitality suppliers, manufacturers and regional food and drink producers. Use this show to discover and taste unique products from this region and further afield. See a unique mix of speciality food and drink producers. From patisserie to pickles; from fish to frozen; from confectionery to convenience; from fresh to food gift, to inspire and delight your senses. Meet passionate producers and hear their great stories that you can then pass on to your customers.

Show video

Take a look at the video from a previous show. This will give you a flavour of what will be on offer in 2017.

The best show that I have ever attended! Great exhibitors and all really friendly and helpful.

Sue Rendell
Aldbourne Stores Ltd

Show news

Thursday Dec 20, 2018

Talking turkey – a 500 year old food labelling scam?
Turkey is the traditional choice of roast dinner at Christmas. But beyond that how much do you know about this strange looking beast and how it came to grace our tables at this festive time of year? In this post we fill in the back story – and it’s a surprising one.

What did the Aztecs ever do for us?
Where did this bird come from originally? The creature we now think of as the turkey originated in Mexico. It was domesticated by forerunners of the Aztecs and when Cortés arrived Read more

Source: Cheltenham

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Would you like to speak to one of the trade show team?

Call James on 01934 733433