It’s that time of the year again! Food lovers have begun to countdown to another round of culinary experience at the GTBank Food and Drink Fair.
Organised by foremost African Financial Institution, Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, the 2-day event offers small businesses in the Nigerian Food Industry a free and vibrant platform to connect with a wider segment of their target markets as well as experts in their business fields.
Whether you’re a food lover, or your business is centered around the food industry, here are things you should expect from this year’s edition of the GTBank Food and Drink Fair:
1. There’ll be lots to eat and drink
The wide variety of cuisines at the fair will be such that you can munch your way around the world. If you are a food lover, get set to loosen your belt for the gastronomic delights that will be served by a diverse range of restaurants offering mouth-watering dishes. If you love drinks, then prep your taste buds for savoury wine tastings and finely mixed cocktails.
Sales and exhibitions
At the heart of the Food and Drink fair is the exhibition and sales by over hundred SMEs in the Nigerian food industry. Geared towards promoting indigenous agriculture and supporting small businesses, the exhibition will provide a platform for SMEs to showcase a wide variety of products ranging from fresh organic groceries to dry foods, confectionery and pastries, ready to eat consumables and drinks as well as top quality crockery.
Be ready to be taught by renowned chefs
Another major feature of the event will be Masterclasses be led by internationally renowned chefs such as, Raphael Duntoye, chef patron of la petite maison, famous food and fitness expert Kevin Curry, pop-up restaurateur – Lerato Umah-Shaylor and renowned food blogger, Jehan Powell. Other headliners include Ronke Edoho, founder of 9jafoodie.com, Nkesi Enyioha, owner of HSE Café and many more.
What more, for those who may not be able to attend, will be covering the event live on Twitter!