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    Speciality Food & Drink Show to take place in January at SEC, Glasgow

    Scotland’s Speciality Food & Drink Show returns to the SEC, Glasgow from 19-21 Jan 2025

    Showcasing some of the most innovative and exciting fine food and drink producers from Scotland and beyond, this is the only speciality food and drink trade show in Scotland. Run in conjunction with Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring, the two shows offer a mecca for retailers looking for innovative food and gift ranges for the year ahead.

    “As one of the first UK trade Shows in the calendar year, the Speciality Food & Drink Show plays a vital role for suppliers launching their new ranges and for retailers to re-stock their shelves,” said Mark Saunders, Show Director.

    “Add in the extra bonus of networking and learning about all aspects of retailing, and it’s not to be missed. Ensure this date is firmly in your diary now!”

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