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Classic Fine Foods gears up for Christmas with drop-in event

04 September 2015 by
Classic Fine Foods gears up for Christmas with drop-in event

Fine food and ingredients specialist Classic Fine Foods is gearing up for Christmas with an exclusive event on 18 September at the Sofitel St James, Piccadilly, London.

The Classic Fine Foods Christmas Showcase, a drop-in event, will be open to chefs, buyers and purchasing teams. It will be divided into cuisine, pastry and retail areas, and will showcase a range of new launches, seasonal products and exclusives for the festive season including Groix et Nature lobster oil (pictured), Loch Fyne gravadlax marinated and cured salmon, Kinglas smoked salmon (cut from the centre fillet), Penaeus Monodon (black tiger prawns from Madagascar), and Bordier butter and cheese.

Sofitel St James executive chef Vincent Ménager will demonstrate a number of recipes using products from the Classic Fine Foods range, and there will be tastings and opportunities to meet the producers.

The Classic Fine Foods Christmas Showcase will run from 10am till 6.30pm. Chefs and buyers interested in attending should register at www.classicfinefoods.com/contacts/united-kingdom

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