Hospitality recovery apparent

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SUPPLIERS to the hospitality sectors will be pleased to hear that a surge of consumer interest and business recovery is becoming more and more apparent.

Organisers of Casual Dining, the trade show for the restaurant, pub and bar sector, say their forthcoming show has virtually sold out, with exhibitors keen to sign up for what is looking to be the most important Casual Dining show to date.

With over 95% of stands already sold, the show has confirmed an impressive list of brands who have signed up to exhibit for the first time alongside companies returning to the show.
 
Alongside innovations from first-time and return exhibitors, visitors can also look forward to new products in the Innovation Challenge, which is set to be the biggest to date. Response to the show’s return suggests that brands and buyers alike are seeing it as key to getting back to business, with Nicola Mills of Billington Foodservice saying that “Casual Dining 2021 will be more important than ever to reunite with our customers and industry, we can’t wait to exhibit.”
 
This year’s Casual Dining is co-located with its sister shows lunch! and Commercial Kitchen on September 23rd and 24th at ExCeL London. Registration is free and strictly for members of the trade only. 
 
For further information and to register for a free trade ticket, visit our events page here.

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