Here in the office we all like to sit down from time to time, take a break, and have a nice cup of tea, with a little sweet treat to go with it. If, like us, you like to indulge, here are a few of the companies exhibiting with us in June who will be right up your street!
Plymouth Tea is an independent, family business based in Plymouth that was established to offer the perfect, luxury tea that could be enjoyed by everyone at a reasonable price. Their teas are of the highest grade and are sourced by tea masters with years of experience. Each tea is ethically sourced and picked at peak season to ensure the tea in your cup tastes as fresh as the day it was picked. They’re proud to serve their teas and are confident you will be too. (Stand A22).
Sin (Gluten Free Goodies) Ltd.
Sin (Gluten Free Goodies) Ltd are manufacturers of premium gluten free cakes and brownies for retail and food service. “Sin”: from Spanish, meaning ‘without’. They bake without the gluten but with all the passion. They produce gluten free treats that don’t compromise on taste. Their brownies are very popular not only with those who are wheat and gluten intolerant but also those who can eat a normal diet. Their repertoire is expanding and they have now moved into their dedicated gluten free factory where they produce all our delicious brownies and cakes. (Stand F17).
The New Devonshire Tea Ltd.
Modern-day tea merchants bringing exceptional tea to the West Country from the Eastern world. An independent British family business working with the best tea people in the industry to responsibly source, blend, and pack outstanding tea in the West of England. Instead of using glue or staples like ordinary teabags, theirs are stitched together and individually wrapped and tagged. All of their tea is sourced from estates monitored by the Ethical Tea Partnership to improve the lives of tea workers and their environment. (Stand E27).
The Grown Up Chocolate Company
The Grown Up Chocolate Company have made it their rather delicious mission to create the most indulgent and decadent chocolates. The idea behind their grown up chocolate bars is that they’re reminiscent of the chocolate bars we ate as children but with an adult twist. They’re not for little monsters! They focus on great quality ingredients and love the fact that their bars are unashamedly indulgent – they wouldn’t have it any other way! (Stand E22).
The show is now less than four months away and getting closer all the time! Our exhibitor list will be going live in the Spring, and then you can get a taste of all the lovely things you can see at the show. In the meantime why not pop by from time to time to keep up with news about the show, or follow us on Twitter @lovefinefood?