Farm shop owners, if you are on the lookout for Scotland's premium food producers in one place to stock your shop, Scotland's Speciality Food Show will have more than 140 of the best and most innovative suppliers of fine food and drink in the country over a three day show.

Opening on Sunday, January 21, to January 23, at the SEC in Glasgow, this is Scotland’s only trade food show and is the perfect opportunity to find new producers and try new ranges for the first time. Almost a third of all stands are new so there is always plenty to excite visitors from gins to jams, dressings to drinks and biscuits to ice cream.

The 'Launch Gallery' is bursting with new products from young specially selected companies such as: Foal Drinks - low calorie, low sugar and inspired by non-alcoholic bar favourites; Granite North Gin – the purest highland water distilled with botanicals into a fine gin; Hawkhead Kitchen - smoked salt and smoked cashews from Glasgow; Rora Dairy – healthy yoghurt from long-established dairy herd in Aberdeenshire; Braw Biltong – cured meats from Perthshire; Rawnchy – last year’s Best Product Winner with its raw vegan desserts.

Sharron Convery from All That’s Delicious, said: The show’s been amazing, the buyers you meet, the new stockists and businesses you pick up which I would never have thought to have contacted.  Even meeting other exhibitors has been a god send in terms of learning about the industry.”

The ever popular seminars will this year feature talks from experts on social media for business, getting good Trip Advisor reviews, provenance in marketing, how to become digitally-savvy, Brexit and retail, motivating customers to buy through clever selling techniques and a practical look at using video to promote your business, as well as many more relevant topics.

Nikki Storrar, of Ardross Farm Shop, added: “There is always a great selection of established and new producers. It is a worthwhile and well organised show and certainly 2017 was a fantastic year for food and innovation.”

The show is run in conjunction with Scotland’s Trade Fair, for home and giftware, fashion and jewellery and craft producers.

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