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Are you an independent Food & Drink retailer based in, or supplying the North West???

If so, we may just have the perfect opportunity for you to introduce yourselves to the trade.

 

  

 Over the years, trade shows were attended mainly by the larger food retailers who would take a large stand and have a BIG presence, meaning and there was never really an opportunity for the 'little guys' to get a foot in the door. Now that most of the larger companies are doing their own roadshows or are marketing themselves differently, the chance has come for the smaller businesses to have a go, and this is the reason that we have set up our Market Street.

 

Designed purely for small independent food and/or drink retailers, Market Street will be set up for these businesses to show off their wares in front of potential new customers / buyers. Whilst you will be able to 'try before you buy' the second element of the Street is that stall holders will also be selling their products on the day. So a customer may want to be looking for a new suppliers to stock their bar/restaurant or cafe, but they may also want to looking for something for lunch, or to take home for dinner.

To find out more details please visit  www.nwbh-show.co.uk/market-street 

 

Current stall holders include:

ginger bakers   lakeland artisan   ralph livesey   shed 1   willow cottage kitchen2yardies

 

 

We are delighted to announce that the 2019 Market Street will be sponsored by North West Food & Drink Means Business. If you haven't already heard of Paul & Dawn Caunce, then you soon will. Their on-line presence through their website is growing daily, increasing the profile of independent food & drink businesses in the North West. Their new bi-monthly magazine is a natural expansion of this and the first edition has just been published. Paul & Dawn deal only with the trade, so they are the perfect match for us, and you. If you want to get in touch to discuss how they can help you and your food or drink business, details are below. 

01772 446300

07501 216651

publisher@fdmb.co.uk