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Registrations open for Harrogate Fine Food Show 2016

19 April 2016 by

Registration is now open for the Guild of Fine Food's Harrogate Fine Food Show, which returns to the Yorkshire Event Centre this year on 19-20 June.

The trade-only exhibition, which attracts more than 1,000 visitors each year, gives food and drink buyers a first glimpse of many innovative products that have never before been seen at a trade show, helping them explore new ideas and refresh their offering.

Visitors to the show will also have the chance to join a number of free tastings, workshops and discussions in the Guild of Fine Food's FineFoodLive! Theatre with a line-up that includes a showcase of the UK's best charcuterie products hosted by Nigel Barden with chef Simon Woods and Colin Woodall of Woodalls. Consultant chef Stephanie Moon will also give a Real Takeaway Food cookery demonstration on how to turn leftovers and short shelf life products into restaurant dishes.

Trade visitors can register now free at www.gff.co.uk/shows/harrogate

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