This year’s event is expected to attract around 19,000 visitors
Scotland’s food and drink producers looking to launch a new product, increase brand awareness, reach new audiences or improve sales are being encouraged to apply for a stand at the 10th annual BBC Good Food Show to be held in Glasgow later this year.
They’re invited to exhibit at the event, which will take place at the SECC between 4 and 6 November, and join other top quality suppliers from across the country, including those featured in the BBC Good Food Champions and Regional Food Pavillion, in a celebration of regional flavours.
More than 19,000 visitors – 94% of which will be from across Scotland – are expected to turnout this year to spend an average of £94 per person at the show.
According to organisers, 82% of these visitors are expected to be female, with an average age of 47 and average household income of £47,000.
They say visitors can expect an all-star line-up of chefs working their culinary magic live on the ‘Supertheatre’ and have the opportunity to taste some of Glasgow’s best cuisine at a variety of pop-up restaurants, as well as sampling signature tasting drinks in the Finneiston Pop-Up Boutique Bar.
Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge will also join the event for the first time.