- The event will be taking place between 19th - 21st January
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A show to pop on the calendar for the start of 2020 is Scotland’s Speciality Food Show in Glasgow. Set to take place over 19th - 21st January, the event will host a wide array of food and drinks produced by artisan creators, as well as offering awards, workshops, networking and talks.
New for this show is Flavours of Fife which has at least 11 companies hosting stands with innovative products, including Coul Brewing, Lindores Abbey, Rumburra Scotland, Christopher Trotter and Burntisland Fish Co. Orkney, Shetland and Northern Ireland.
Also new is the ‘Talking Shop’ area, where industry experts will impart gems about retailing, instruct on how to improve your retail business and entertain with some light-hearted sessions.
Young producers are also being showcased at the Launch Gallery, with companies such as Woodmill Game, Badachro Distillery, Smoky Barrel Jerky, Grace Chocolates changing lives and Isle of Mull seaweed involved.
Show director Mark Saunders says, “The aim of this Food Show is to ensure we are a one-stop show for all independent retailers, both food and gifts, in Scotland and northern England. Here they can be inspired, place orders and ensure they are ahead of the game for the coming season.”
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