Casual Dining 2018, the multi-award-winning trade event for the UK’s restaurant, pub and bar operators, has released its exhibitor show highlights for 2018.
Returning to the Business Design Centre in London next month, on 21-22 February, visiting buyers will be among the first to see, sample, and source a host of new products, catering equipment and services from 200 leading suppliers, including more active in frozen food.
Quorn Foods is sampling its new Quorn Vegan Burger at the show. High in protein and low in saturated fat, this naked burger can be grilled or cooked from frozen, helping to reduce waste. Ideal for vegetarians, flexitarians and vegans (stand A308).
Maws Fine Foods is promoting its recently launched range of Pidy sponge sheets. The sheets come in a host of flavors, including savory, Cocoa Nuts Joconde, and Raspberry. Produced using a family recipe, they can be used as a base for a wide range of desserts or for savory application. Supplied frozen, the sheets defrost in just five minutes (stand U205).
Sea Products International’s latest Luxury Mini Crab Cakes are 20g uncoated (naked) crab cakes with a high protein content (65% protein of which 52% is crab meat). Cooked from frozen or (best) from defrosted, the crab cakes can be made in minutes and come in pack size: 10 x 50 (stand M126).
Bannisters Farm is showcasing its mini filled potato skins at the show. Ready baked and frozen to lock in the flavour, Bannisters’ gluten-free, fuss-free products offer savvy shortcuts in the kitchen. It’s also introducing a new look for the full product range (stand M340).
Adande Refrigeration is showcasing the newly launched Adande Combi Oven Stand, which is available for both rear and side engine drawers. The stand allows the user to load chilled/frozen products from Adande drawer directly on to 1/1 GN cooking pans and place into a six-grid combi oven. Also showcasing: Adande Fryer Stations (stand M433).
Casual Dining – the UK’s only dedicated trade event, returns to the Business Design Centre in London, on 21-22 February. Over 5,000 attendees are expected.