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Saturday, 26 July 2014

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Fine food on display at major Cumbrian show

A major food exhibition will feature some of Cumbria’s finest and most innovative food and drink producers alongside national and international names next week.

Groovy goats ice cream will be showcased alongside Japanese food giant Nihon Shokken at the 2012 Caterite Hotel & Catering Exhibition at Rheged, near Penrith.

The event takes place from 10am to 5.30pm on March 13 and is organised by Caterite Food Service, which shares its headquarters at Embleton near Cockermouth with its sister company, the drinks specialist Grapevine.

More than 50 of Caterite’s suppliers from across the UK and beyond have booked stands to give demonstrations of their products at the exhibition, including 10 from Cumbria.

The exhibition’s different sections include fresh meat, bacon and sausage, groceries and frozen food, non-food and wines, beers and spirits.

International exhibitors include Nihon Shokken, whose most popular products include teriyaki sauce. The Wigton-based Groovy Goat’s Ice Cream Company will be among the Cumbrian firms represented, along with Shaw Meats, also of Wigton, which produces a range of Cumbrian-made salami and chorizo.

Other Cumbrian exhibitors include English Lakes Ice Cream, Appleby Creamery, Brysons, Willow Water, Carvetti Coffee, Classic Desserts, Silver & Green Olive Co and Cumbrian Rural Enterprise Agency, as well as international names like Kellogg’s, Nestle UK, Britivic Soft Drinks, Unilever UK and Heineken.

Anyone wanting to attend can call 017687 76000.

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