Foodex 2014 | UK’s Biggest Food and Drink Exhibitions

The innovative and in constant update food manufacturing industry had three exclusive days to present ideas, products and debate the future of processing, packing and logistics suppliers at Foodex 2014. Event held at the National Exhibition Centre – (NEC), in Birmingham.

 We chose some highlights of the Uk’s biggest Food and drink event:

Qcumber Uk: It’s a refreshing sparkling water with the flavour of cucumber. Several times mentioned as a perfect mixer for Pimm’s, for example, this curious drink can be already found in supermarkets like Tesco, Ocado and The-Co-operative. Qcumber was nominated one of the top drinks of the last summer. It probably will be a success in 2014 as well.


OhsooChilli Sauce: the name is different and the taste is unforgettable. A chilli sauce made with African herbs and spices. A family recipe for over 30 years that now is manufactured by a food company based in Bradford, The UK.


Innovative Food Ingredients: a range of gourmet sausages, beef burgers, vegetable oil-based marinades that together with Avo Lafiness produce fine quality food ingredients.


a bit of a Brazilian taste at #FDX2014

Seewoo: Over 30 years of experience in the Oriental food market, the company started as a small shop in London’s Soho to become the Uk’s largest leading in Oriental food specialist, with over 8,000 products available.


Ten AcreHome of eight-flavours of hand cooked crisps. Gluten free and dairy free. All produced in Manchester.



Reiser Uk Limited: with over 50 years of expertise in selling and serving food processing and packing equipments, Reiser UK had one of the most exciting and visited stands at #FDX2014.



Unox: A worldwide manufacture of a range of professional ovens for bakery, bake off and gastronomy marketplace. Unox offered much more than this, improvising free cooking lessons during Foodex 2014. With free food tasting as well!


Simone Ribeiro
Hi! I'm Simone, a citizen of Britain, where I live for over a decade, and of Brazil, where I was born. Midlands Traveller is where I combine my passion for travelling, business and an Eco-friendly lifestyle.

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