lunch!, the award-winning trade show for the UK's £14.9bn lunchtime market, takes place next week at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, on Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th September.
Now in its seventh year and featuring 300 exhibiting companies, lunch! is widely recognised as the 'must attend' event for trade and consumer press looking to get the scoop on all the latest eating out of home trends and get an exclusive preview of innovative new food-to-go product launches before they reach retailers' shelves.
Press passes are available to editorial staff employed by a trade or consumer publication, mainstream media outlet (newspaper, radio, TV, etc), or online magazines. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your free press pass today – please include your name, job title, company name, and full contact details (plus links to relevant by-lined articles if you are a freelancer).
Follow the links below for an exclusive preview of some of the new launches being introduced at this year's show:
• Food – www.lunchshow.co.uk/new-food-to-go-launches-at-lunch-2014-exhibitor-show-highlights
• Soft drinks & hot beverages – www.lunchshow.co.uk/a-first-look-at-new-drinks-packaging-and-equipment-innovations-set-to-hit-the-food-to-go-market-at-lunch-2014
• Equipment, packaging & technology – www.lunchshow.co.uk/lunch-exhibitor-show-highlights-2014-new-food-to-go-packaging-equipment-technology
To view the full exhibitor list, please visit https://onlineexhibitormanual.com/divlunch14/Exhi/exhibitorList.aspx.
Big name speakers
The Working lunch! seminar programme includes sessions by Henry Dimbleby, co-founder of Leon, Steve Flanagan, UK marketing and category director at Starbucks, Sarah Doyle, brand director at EAT, Corrado Accardi, founder of Pizza Rossa, and Darren Westlake, co-founder of CrowdCube. Plus there's also the British Smoothie Championships 2014 and the Innovation Challenge Awards.
For the full programme, please visit www.lunchshow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/lunchTheatre.pdf.
Registering in advance is highly recommended as press passes are not guaranteed to be issued on the day. It will also enable fast track entry. Alternatively, to register for a free visitor pass, please visit www.eventdata.co.uk/Visitor/Lunch.aspx?TrackingCode=PR. ###
Media enquiries & press pass requests to:
Emma-Louise Jones, PR Manager
Editorial representatives of relevant trade and consumer media (including freelancers) are invited to apply for press passes to lunch! via email to email@example.com(please note, additional details may be requested to verify journalistic activity and all press passes are issued at the management's discretion).