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The UK’s Only Dedicated Show For Commercial Kitchens Is Back at the NEC in June

Now in its third year at the NEC Birmingham, Commercial Kitchen is already renowned as a must-attend event for catering professionals from care homes across the UK. Over 2,000 attendees are expected to pack the aisles again when the show returns on 5-6 June.

Over 100 exhibiting companies will be there to meet them, showcasing the complete range of innovative equipment, services, devices and utensils required to run, refurbish or build a commercial kitchen; including cooking equipment, refrigeration, storage, warewashing, fit out and design.

There’s also plenty of ideas and inspiration to take away from the free two-day seminar programme, with keynotes by industry experts from all sectors of the foodservice industry.

Returning associations include: ceda (the show’s lead partner); The Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI) (partner); and Hospital Catering Association (HCA). The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) is a new supporter for 2018.

“Suppliers to the care sector are incredibly important. The support they offer care caterers and chefs through innovation, insight and advice is most valuable,” says Neel Radia, national chairman of the National Association of Care Catering (NACC).
“As the only UK show solely dedicated to catering equipment and services, Commercial Kitchen is a must-attend event.” he says.

For more information and to register for your free trade ticket in advance (saving the £20 door fee), please visit www.commercialkitchenshow.co.uk and quote priority code CK69.

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