Four Northern Ireland companies will be showing a wide range of innovative products at Scotland Speciality Food in Glasgow from 20-22 January.
The companies will be taking part on a stand organised by Food NI in association with Invest Northern Ireland at the event, Scotland’s biggest show for food and drink buyers.
Taking part on the Food NI/Invest NI stand are:
Heatherlea Bakery, Bangor – breads, biscuits and cakes;
Irish Black Butter, Portrush – savoury spread;
Noisy Nuts, Ballygowan – flavoured nuts to accompany craft beers; and
Peppup Sauces, Portaferry – authentic Italian ketchup and pasta sauces
The Northern Ireland presentation at show in Glasgow is the first in a series of events being organised by Food NI in Britain in association with Invest NI during 2019.
The Northern Ireland companies, most launching in Scotland for the first time, are among 150 exhibitors from many parts of the UK.
The popular show gives trade buyers an impressive choice of good quality products, great networking opportunities and the chance to expand their business skills.
The show, now in its 11th year, is open to the general public as well as trade buyers and is held at Glasgow’s SEC. Companies exhibiting all types of speciality food including gift food, bakery, cheese, cooked and cured meats, chutneys, preserves, oil and vinegars, herbs and spices, confectionery, tea and coffee, beers, spirits and cordials.
There are also exhibitors who specialise in food presentation such as lighting, packaging, refrigeration etc.
More than 1,000 trade buyers from department stores, farm shops, delis, food halls, restaurants and hotels are scheduled to visit the show which also features a seminar programme and awards for the best products