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Speciality & Fine Food Fair

Speciality & Fine Food Fair

London, UK
Food & Beverage, Wines
Fresh Montgomery
1 year

Update for the Event

The Speciality & Fine Food Fair 2023 will take place as a live event between September 11th and September 12th, 2023. The hosting location, Olympia London, will not include Covid-19 safety precautions due to the removal of associated domestic restrictions.


The fine food industry has been in a steady upswing and for producers who want a better position in the market, there’s no other platform with the visibility and networking capabilities other than the Speciality & Fine Food Fair. The international trade show has been a fixture on the scene in London for the past 20 years as the very first edition ran back in 2000.

Visitors come to experience the entire range of delicacies, beverages and luxury foodstuff. This is clearly confirmed by the breadth of the product portfolio. The show grounds will be filled with gift baskets, honey, herbs and spices, cakes and chocolate, cheeses and meats, noodles and pasta, snacks, oils and vinegars, spirits and so much more. Speciality & Fine Food Fair functions as a procurement platform first and foremost. Exhibitors can meet with buyers from all over the world.


Speciality & Fine Food Fair follows a stable annual schedule and the event arrives usually at the beginning of September. The international trade show usually runs for a total of three days, though the upcoming 2021 edition will last only for two days. Proceedings take place at Olympia London exhibition centre in Kensington.

Fresh Montgomery functions as the organiser for the show and admission is given to only professional visitors. Doors open at 09:30 am in the morning until 17:00 pm in the afternoon on the first day and then from 10:00 am on all other subsequent days. You’re presented with a lot of public transport options as the Olympia London is well connected to the city’s infrastructure. Kensington railway station is within walking distance, which has links to the Overground, underground and main railway services.

What People Are Saying

  • “A fantastic show to get a new brand in front of a new, very high quality marketplace,” - RICHARD HEATH, DEVONSHIRE TEAS;
  • “Being a new business, Speciality & Fine Food Fair has allowed us to promote our products to a wide audience and meet up with our old customers and attract a number of new customers. We look forward to returning next year,” - CHRIS BAINES, DIRECTOR, STATESIDE TREAT EMPORIUM;
  • “Magnificent! Really pleased with the atmosphere, audience and organisation. Speciality & Fine Food Fair has been an amazing first food focused event abroad for us. It was a pleasure to meet so many international buyers and existing customers giving positive feedback on our products,” - FREDERICK KAMPMAN, LOWLANDERS BOTANICAL BEERS CO;
  • “We were delighted with the response at Speciality and Fine Food Fair where we had more than 100 sales leads from potential customers, ranging from farm shops and restaurants to national retailers,” – ARWYN MORRIS, TRAILHEAD PREMIUM BEEF JERK

Audience & Statistics

Speciality & Fine Food Fair shows no sign of stopping down, which you should interpret as green light to reserve a stand on the show floor. As it currently stands, the international trade show has a total of 10,000 industry buyers, and food and drink professionals. Contrast this with the more than 700 exhibitors and you will see why your attendance is a worthwhile investment.

Innovation is a key component at the Speciality & Fine Food Fair as there are 200+ new product launched at the show. Exhibitors are chiefly producers and suppliers of artisan food & drink. The audience is comprised of independent retailers, delicatessens, hoteliers, restaurateurs, importers, distributors and wholesalers to source, and chefs.


Aside from the influx of exhibitors and visitors that attend Speciality & Fine Food Fair, September is a popular month for travelers to London. Rather than have to compete with others for hotels and waste valuable time, leave the planning to Trade Fair Trips ltd. Book hotels for Speciality & Fine Food Fair without overspending and enjoy a productive time at the trade show.

We’ve a decade of experience under our belt, so we’re trained to accommodate for any budget and group size. You’re able to get an online hotel booking close to Olympia London and save money at the same time. In addition to accommodation for business trips, Trade Fair Trips ltd can assist you once you’re at the show grounds. Clients can place reservations on meeting facilities ahead of time or have their trade stand fully built. We act fast and can expect a list with top deals on the market within a day.

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How to get to Speciality & Fine Food Fair
On foot
On foot:

from the Central Station on 37 Wharfdale Rd - 1h 47min walk

By car
By car:

from the Central Station on 37 Wharfdale Rd - 28 min 

from Heathrow Airport is 25 min car ride

By public transport
By public transport:

from King's Cross St. Pancras Underground Station tke the blue metro line in direction Northfields fro 12 stops to Barons Court Station. From here you have additional 10 min walk to the venue (total = 36 min)
from Heathrow Airport walk to Hatton Cross Station and take the blue metro line in direction Cockfosters for 10 stops to Barons Court Station and in another 10 min to the venue (total = 46 min)

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