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Under A Week To Go Till Scotland’s Speciality Food Show 2016

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Under A Week To Go Till Scotland’s Speciality Food Show 2016

Under A Week To Go Till Scotland’s Speciality Food Show 2016
November 25
11:17 2015

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With less than one week to go until Scotland’s Speciality Food Show 2016 launches on 24th January at SECC, Glasgow, organisers are keen to stress that the event is almost sold out. Featuring one of the best arrays of fine food and drink on offer in the country, it’s a must-attend event for anyone working or interested in the catering, hospitality and foodservice sector.

Scotland’s Speciality Food Show Features

Visit the Launch Gallery to meet young, innovative new companies and some very enterprising individuals. Featuring Luss Smokehouse, The Very Lovely Sauce Company, The Auchertmuchty Cake Company, Angus & Oink’s, Red Squirrel drinks, Ogilvy Spirits and Yorkshire Dana Cheese, the Launch Gallery is the place to go to find out about anything and everything new.


Angus and Oink lowMeanwhile, established exhibitors are back in their droves, with some great new product launches promised from Summer Harvest, Brodie’s Coffee and Tea, Summerhouse Drinks, Kwan’s Kitchen, Stewart Tower Dairy ice cream, Anthony Rowcliffe cheese, Great Glen Game, Hebridean Sea Salt and Uncle Roy’s concoctions.

And in The Orkney Aisles, a group of producers including Barony Mills, Jolly’s of Orkney, Argo’s Bakery and The Orkney Smokery will have a specially designated corner of the show to exhibit their products, from food and drink to gifts, jewellery and textiles.

And for visitors who are keen to learn something new, the show will offer a comprehensive programme of talks and seminars covering everything from online marketing to using social media effectively in order to increase sales and customers. There’s even a masterclass on how to make the best coffee!CC525

With an unrivalled reputation as the place to see, sample, feel  and taste quality products, Scotland’s Speciality Food Show will offer retailers a first chance in 2016 to source new ranges and place orders.

Register now for free entry at

Scotland’s Speciality Food Show
24-26th January 2016
SECC, Glasgow

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