5 reasons to visit Food & Drink Expo

Thu 12th March 2020
News, Events

This event has now been postponed from its original dates (30 March-1 April) in light of the onoing COVID-19 health situtation.

Now taking place 7-9 September, here’s a tantalising glimpse of just some of the highlights:

1. Hear from Game Changing Start-ups
The show is a dedicated platform for the burgeoning start-up companies that will dominate the market in the coming years. There will be multiple chances to hear from the entrepreneurial geniuses behind the brands on The Grocer’s ‘Talking Shop Live’ Stage throughout the three days.

2. Innovative Ways to Give Surplus Purpose  
The race is on for businesses to find sustainable and cost-neutral ways to reduce waste. This debate chaired by food and drink broadcaster Nigel Barden will provide expert guidance and advice on finding the right solution while helping to enrich local communities.

 3. Lifting the Fog on Food Trends with a Former F1 Pit Master
Marc Priestley is a motivational speaker and presenter, once known for his work in F1 as a crack race mechanic. Here, he will be on hand to moderate an expert panel advising retailers on how to keep up to date with fresh trends.  

4. Innovation, innovation, innovation!
The Food & Drink Expo show floor will be alive with almost 50 new product launches, with exhibitors including: The Studio Coffee Roasters, Coffee Central, Quarterpast, Cocoba Chocolate and Hidden Street Food, bringing their latest new innovations and initiatives to the show floor.

5. Find Out Where We are Right Now with the Queen of Breakfast
Journalist Louise Minchin will be asking industry heads for their insights on pressing issues and key trends across the landscape. This state-of-the-industry debate will help visitors discover a more profitable way forward in 2020.


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