One of the highlights of the industry calendar, the National Convenience Show returns to the NEC in Birmingham for 2023. Taking place 24-26 April, the event showcases the very latest products, big thinking, key insights and address key trends, with a particular focus on the cost-of-living crisis.
Over the course of three days, we’ll hear from retailers, manufacturers, supply chain operators, food producers, start-ups and key associations as they come together to discuss measures already in place to support the food and drink industry in these challenging times and what comes next.
As well as the National Convenience Show, the must-attend event also includes Farm Shop & Deli Show, Food & Drink Expo and Foodex Manufacturing Solutions (incorporating Ingredients) under one roof, giving food and drink professionals 2023’s most comprehensive snapshot of the latest developments across multiple industries.
Andrew Reed, managing director of wine & exhibitions at William Reed, said: “Across the UK Food & Drink Shows’ three days, we’ll be addressing exactly what impact the heightened cost of living is having on the industry, grilling our expert panels on what can be done to help and highlighting the latest products and solutions the sector has to offer.
“The UK Food & Drink Shows are historically an event in which industry professionals can come together, dissect problems, and share ideas. Our industry’s spirit was laid bare throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, now – as we face yet another challenge – I have no doubt that we will unite once again in April to prove our resilience.”