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Speciality Food Magazine

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Essential business magazine for delicatessen, farm shop and food hall owners.
With all the news of the fine food industry that you need to know, interviews with key players and advice for retailers, Speciality Food is a must-read for anyone seeking to turn their love of good food into a profitable business.
Each issue takes an in-depth look at important aspects of quality food retailing and includes regular sections devoted to the cheese, dairy and confectionery industries.

Speciality Food sources useful information from the owners of local delis and also the buyers from premium retailers such as Harrods.
Panels accompanying features easily identify new products for retailers to stock, while upcoming store openings, shows and food events are all listed.
Features may include looks at regional foods, store refurbs, olive and other oils, wine, sauces, cheeses, seasonal food and drink, bakery and other stocking essentials.
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Speciality Food

Feb-Mar-24 Welcome to a very special edition of Speciality Food. The team and I are absolutely delighted to bring you The Green Issue. Sustainability and the environment are playing a bigger part in fine food retail than ever before. Consumers are actively seeking out, and demanding, products that tick environmentallyaware boxes. They want recyclable or compostable packaging, clean labels, better conditions for workers (particularly when it comes to coffee and chocolate) and are increasingly looking for products made by B Corp companies. This emergence of a new 'conscious customer' has become a driving force across many sectors and parts of industry, with artisans, packaging manufacturers, and retailers sitting up, taking notice, and making significant changes. In this edition we throw a spotlight on many of issues affecting sustainability and food production today - with insight, commentary and inspiration that could help you make 'greener' choices in the coming year. And we commit to continuing the sustainable conversation throughout 2024 and beyond.


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Welcome to a very special edition of Speciality Food. The team and I
are absolutely delighted to bring you The Green Issue. Sustainability
and the environment are playing a bigger part in fine food retail than ever before. Consumers are actively seeking out, and demanding,
products that tick environmentallyaware boxes. They want recyclable
or compostable packaging, clean labels, better conditions for workers
(particularly when it comes to coffee and chocolate) and are increasingly looking for products made by B Corp companies. This emergence of a new 'conscious customer' has become a driving force across many sectors and parts of industry, with artisans, packaging manufacturers, and retailers sitting up, taking notice, and making significant changes. In this edition we throw a spotlight on many of issues affecting sustainability and food production today - with insight, commentary and inspiration that could help you make 'greener' choices in the coming year. And we commit to continuing the sustainable
conversation throughout 2024 and beyond.
read more read less
Essential business magazine for delicatessen, farm shop and food hall owners.
With all the news of the fine food industry that you need to know, interviews with key players and advice for retailers, Speciality Food is a must-read for anyone seeking to turn their love of good food into a profitable business.
Each issue takes an in-depth look at important aspects of quality food retailing and includes regular sections devoted to the cheese, dairy and confectionery industries.

Speciality Food sources useful information from the owners of local delis and also the buyers from premium retailers such as Harrods.
Panels accompanying features easily identify new products for retailers to stock, while upcoming store openings, shows and food events are all listed.
Features may include looks at regional foods, store refurbs, olive and other oils, wine, sauces, cheeses, seasonal food and drink, bakery and other stocking essentials.

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