Feast your eyes on fine food and drink at Scotland's Speciality Food Show

Company: Scotland’s Trade Fairs

A key date for every deli, farm shop and restaurant in the north of the UK is Scotland’s Speciality Food Show, to be held on 21-23 Jan 2018 at the SEC, Glasgow. Following on from a very busy tourist season in Scotland, where the fine produce has been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of visitors, all food shops and catering establishments will be looking to source new ideas and products for the forthcoming year.

This Show is the first buying opportunity of the new year, and the ONLY fine food trade show in Scotland so is not to be missed. Bigger than ever, the 2018 Show boasts about 140 stands, with almost a third as new exhibitors. Ones to particularly look out for are Choc Affair, Blacks Cheese, Laprig Valley apple juice, Taste of the Trossachs, Smoky Brae and Burren Balsamics.

For the newest and most original products head straight to the Launch Gallery for new young companies, which include Granite North Spirits, Mirrie Dancers from Shetland, Rora Dairy yoghurt, Greybe and Foal Drinks.

Orkney, renowned for its great produce, will be showcasing various products in a specially created ‘Made in Orkney’ stand, which has repeatedly won Best Product Awards.

In its new location, the Seminar Theatre will host many high profile experts sharing their knowledge and experience in fields such as social media, making videos, digital marketing and Trip Advisor. The Best Product Awards will also be judged on the opening day of the Show.

Sarah Yearsley from The Scottish Deli said of the Show: “Its good to see really good quality food made in Scotland and to see so many small producers stepping up to the mark with their delicious products in great packaging.”

Ensure 21-23 Jan are firmly in your diary and for more news on the Show please go to our new website: http://www.scotlandsspecialityfoodshow.com/

or https://www.facebook.com/scotlandsspecialityfoodshow/

or on Twitter @ssfoodshow.

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