Make a date for lunch! 2015

Thursday 24 September marks the return of the multi-award-winning lunch! show to the Business Design Centre in Islington, London

With its focus on new innovations from across the food-to-go sector, this popular two-day event has fast become established as the trade show of choice for senior foodservice buyers and university catering managers.

“I recommend lunch! to anyone in university catering. A fantastic chance to discover innovation and trends.” Jon Broadhurst, head of catering, Sheffield Hallam University. 

With an unprecedented 350 exhibiting companies (that’s a 25% increase for 2015) plus a brand new area on the Upper feature level which will be home to lots of exciting features including  the new Artisan Ingredients Village, and new Menu Innovation Theatre (sponsored by Magrini), lunch! 2015 is set to be the biggest and best yet.  

Who will be exhibiting?

From big brand names to emerging startups, lunch!’s 350-exhibitor line-up includes a range of suppliers from across the sector. From super-fresh ingredients, aromatic coffee, tasty cakes and pastries, nutritional meal solutions, to artisan breads, specialty cheeses, sauces, juices, and smoothies, plus specialist equipment, packaging, and the latest technology – lunch! presents the  latest product launches and innovations to excite your customers and refresh your menu.

Big name keynotes in the Working lunch! Theatre

The show’s Working lunch! Theatre is renowned for attracting ‘inspirational’ big names from across the industry, and this year is no exception. Confirmed speakers include Helen Higgins, food ambassador at EAT.; Mark Palmer, group marketing director of Pret A Manger; Guy Meakin, trading manager – food on the move, Marks & Spencer plc; and Roger Whiteside, CEO of food-to-go giant Greggs. 

Exciting, innovative, excellent, and enjoyable – that’s the verdict from last year’s show and now you can be part of the biggest lunch! yet.

To register for your free ticket in advance, please click here and for more information visit www.lunchshow.co.uk

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