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Are you an Independent buyer looking for the best commercially relevant Autumn, Winter, and Festive Food brands? If so, discover your next best sellers at the Gift Food Show.

The show takes place at Cranmore Park Conference, Event & Exhibition Venue, in Solihull, and presents a strong varied product mix across categories such as Gift Food, Confectionary and Speciality Drinks, offering buyers everything they need to complete their festive and everyday gift food buying all under one roof.

Expect to see brands from the gift food and confectionary sector such as BakedIn, Cottage Delight, House of Sarunds and Snaffling Pig. There will be some exciting ranges from speciality drinks brands such as Celtic Marshes. 

Gift Food categories are becoming more popular with consumers, with a lot more people taking an interest in nutritional value and sourcing sustainable items. In such a buoyant and expanding market, you can discover those best sellers from a truly meaningful collection of exciting brands - relevant to all independents from department stores to garden centres. 

Taking place slightly earlier this year to ensure it coincides with buying patterns, the show is perfectly timed to guarantee orders for the festive period.

The show will be hosted by leading independent buying group, Associated Independent Stores (AIS) and is designed specifically for independent retailers. Centrally located in the UK at Cranmore Park Conference, Event & Exhibition Venue in Solihull, the show is only minutes from the NEC.

Online registration and parking is free.

About AIS

Associated Independent Stores is the leading independent buying group for Home & Fashion in the UK & Ireland. They have more than 250 retail members and a buying throughput of around £500m. Those members include home specialists, department stores, garden centres and specialists such as cookshops in high streets, edge of town and out of town. They are all independent and range from single stores to regional chains and combined have a retail turnover of around £2bn.