28 August 2012
Speciality & Fine Food Fair 2012: 2nd – 4th September 2012
As well as being the perfect place for fine food buyers and chefs alike to discover new gastronomic delights, it also gives us, at The Artisan Food Trail, the opportunity to catch up up with those producers who are members of our food trail and also to meet new people too.
Most days we receive email and telephone inquiries from small producers looking to find ways of promoting their businesses and often it is this way we get to discover more fantastic produce. When we can, we like to get out and about to various events and uncover more exciting gems. For those producers who are interested in what we could do for them we’re happy to have a chat.
While visiting, we appreciate that the exhibitors are looking to sell/find buyers for their products, so we can understand if they may not want to spend too long talking to us. However, The Artisan Food Trail may be the key some producers are looking for to increase their sales and make valuable contacts for supply and distribution.
We are proud to see that some of our AFT producers will be exhibiting. So if you’re a buyer looking for these types of products, please do pay them a visit – they are all great people who have immense pride in what they make:
Agnes Rose (stand 737)
An award winning range of hand made fruit vinegars and herb infused oils made to old family recipes created with the finest quality ingredients in Cumbria.
Breckland Orchard (stand 931)
Award winning ‘Posh Pop from Norfolk’. Produced with passion in the heart of Norfolk but available throughout the UK!
Fudge Kitchen (stand 159)
Handmade luxury fudge hand-crafted to a special recipe for 25 years using traditional methods and a lot of love.
Great Glen Game (stand 009)
Scottish artisan producers of wild venison charcuterie. Range of cured and smoked products: Salami, Chorizo, Pepperoni, Smoked Venison and Bresaola.
Simply Ice Cream (stand 1152)
Award winning Simply Ice Cream is lovingly handmade by a small passionate team using only the finest and (where possible) locally sourced natural ingredients.
Trotter's Independent Condiments (stand 149)
Purveyor of unusual, delicious and seasonal condiments based in Fife. Mr. Trotter says “my condiments are the finest and most tasty in all the land, but I am biased so don’t take my word for it, find out for yourself.”
For more information about the Speciality & Fine Food Fair visit: www.specialityandfinefoodfairs.co.uk