Why be there?
The Great Food Show is a fabulous platform for both large companies and small independent producers to get their brands and products noticed and appreciated by a food-loving audience looking to try, taste and buy all things related to food over two days. In the first year itself we have got an encouraging response from brands, with exhibitors participating from all over the country. The show will highlight small, medium and big brands in the F&B space.
The Great Food Show has divided the exhibitors into:
- Kitchen Ware, Crockery & Appliances
- FMCG, Natural Organic products, Importers & Distributors
- Live food sampling
- Spirits Arena
- Artisanal Corner
- Pop-up restaurant stalls
- Farmers Bazaar
List of exhibitors
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Stall sales contact
Media / Press contact
– 28th February & 1st March ’15
– March ‘15
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It gives me great pride to be part of this prestigious event. I am grateful to The Great Food Show for the opportunity to participate in this culinary extravaganza.
The Good Food Show is an incredible opportunity for everyone who shares a love of food to come together to celebrate and learn more about artisanal produce and cooking. As an Australian cook, I am incredibly excited to learn from chefs from all over the world, as well as meet people who love food as much as I do. I am delighted to be able to present a masterclass and to demonstrate ‘my food’. I am looking forward to meeting you all.
The Indian food scene is always reinventing itself — from molecular gastronomy to bringing back regional classics, it never fails to surprise us. The Great Food Show brings to the forefront everything that India has to offer in terms of good food and fine wine. With so many great deals, artisanal produce and masterclasses to choose from, we’ve really upped the ante with this one.
Let’s face it…there is no other country in the world where the food is as diverse as it people. Thats exactly why I am super excited to visit India and especially the Great Food show in Mumbai where people and their food will converge.
As an advocate of all things related to quality food and the culinary arts, I see The Great Food Show as an authentic platform , or rather a real melting pot for food lovers. I’m excited to be in the heart of all the action. But more importantly, I am very pleased that the Hyatt philosophy of ‘food thoughtfully sourced, carefully served’ resonates in creation of this platform. I look forward to sharing my food love with all the guests who will be attending this show.
Enjoy all the festive food and drink, inspiration and fun in store for you at this year’s Mumbai edition of The Great Food Show. I can vouch it will be a one-stop shop to find all the ingredients to make this your best live culinary experience yet. You’ll find plenty of seasonal produce, brilliant wines, live masterclasses by all your favorite chefs, unique artisan producers and fabulous gifts for food lovers. See you there!
Having been associated with BBC Good Food Magazine right from the begining, it feels only natural to be a part of this amazing gathering of food producers, chefs, foodies & bloggers! I hope they have events like this more often to connect the consumer to all those fun people who cook & grow things for them.
I was excited to participate at The Great Food Show. At Ellipsis, we are focused on providing our guests with a world-class dining experience and this unique, interactive initiative will assist us in communicating with a wider consumer base, and hopefully in building long lasting relationships with those who come in.
The Great Food Show was a great initiative and platform where likeminded professionals with varied knowledge and backgrounds came and shared their knowledge and began to create a community that can look beyond and elevate India onto the world pastry and culinary stage. Furthermore, open interactions with customers also helped bridge the gap and make end users more aware of new trends, techniques and international quality ingredients.
I was thrilled and excited to be a part of the first Great Food Show (in association with BBC Good Food magazine), not only because it was the first of its kind, but also because it focused on regional and artisanal producers. I couldn’t ask for a better platform to showcase my first book.