19 March 2012

Artisan producer of wild venison charcuterie, Great Glen Game is set to exhibit at biggest UK Trade Fair for the first time

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The company based in the Highlands of Scotland will showcase their range of wild venison products at the Food & Drink Expo at Birmingham’s NEC, from the 25th – 27th March 2012.

Great Glen Game’s marketing director Anja Baak, said: “The Food & Drink Expo is a fantastic opportunity for us to meet food buyers from the UK and overseas and show our products. We are also looking forward to meeting current customers. “

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Great Glen Game uses local, sustainably sourced wild venison to make a range of cured and smoked products such as salami, chorizo, bresaola and smoked venison. They will also showcase their latest product which is a smoked grouse breast.

Using only pure, wild venison and combining age-old curing techniques with modern innovative technology, the company strives to create products of great taste and distinction.

“We are hoping to build on the success that we’ve been experiencing in the last year. Great Glen Game has secured deals with many new stockists across the UK and started exporting to The Netherlands, Germany and Belgium”

“Our products have real provenance and the fact that we use sustainable sourced venison makes them very popular.”

Visitors to the Great Glen Game stand will have an opportunity to taste the unique products which have won numerous Great Taste Awards over the last years and are used by Michelin starred chefs.

Great Glen Game products are handmade with pure wild venison, which is a lean meat, low cholesterol and low calorie making them a healthy alternative to more common pork based charcuterie. The products are available in retail packs and whole products.
The products are sold at Fortnum & Mason and many independent food halls, delicatessen and farmshops.

Great Glen Game can be found at the Scotland Food and Drink Pavilion on stand J130J

To find out more about Great Glen Game visit their page on The Artisan Food Trail here

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