Monday, 11 July 2011

BBC Food Show Winter NEC, Birmingham, 23 – 27 November

The biggest foodie event of the year is back and after the success of the BBC Good Food Show Summer, seeing a sell out Saturday, organisers are urging visitors to book in advance to avoid disappointment on the door.

Rachel Poletti-Gadd – Divisional Director, BBC Haymarket Exhibitions says: “With some of the country’s top chefs on the Supertheare sponsored by Sainsburys, the nation’s favourite TV programmes bought to life in the MasterChef Experience and Saturday Kitchen Live stage this is the date in the foodie calendar. After the huge success of the Summer Show we want to make visitors aware that tickets may not always be available on the day plus your tickets are cheaper if you book in advance.”

The NEC is once again set to play host to some of the leading names in the foodie world, including John Torode, Gregg Wallace, Rick Stein, James Martin, Glynn Purnell and Michael Caines in a 2000-seater Supertheatre.

They are expecting over 400 exhibitors and some highlights confirmed so far are:

Foxes Spices
Flavours of Spain – importing a fantastic range of artisan Spanish produce
Demijohn – The Liquid Deli
Stewed
Luponde Tea
Eat Paella
American Food Direct – importers of American food
Marks and Spencer
English Provender – purveyors of some of the countries finest condiments, chutneys and dressings
Nairns Oatcakes
Burts Chips
Curry Sauce Company
Plus a whole range of professional chefs knives – including Kin, Global and I.O.SHEN


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