Falling for food

The FoodTalk Show can warm up your autumn with the finest gourmet innovations

So, autumn has officially arrived. The children are back at school, the days are drawing in and the heating’s on again. But don’t despair – we’ve got plenty of foodtech fun to warm your cockles on a chilly day.

Perhaps you’ve been so busy through the summer that you didn’t have time to keep up with our weekly podcasts. No problem, you can catch up online at any time and there’s plenty of foodie inspiration to last you all year.

For the very latest in tasty food and drink developments, we brought you not one, but two episodes from the Speciality and Fine Food Fair 2018. It’s fair to say that we love this exhibition, because we always discover new and thrilling additions to the foodie scene.

Highlights this year include some novel tea, award-winning cider vinegar, fiercely good tonics and a taste of ‘real’ wasabi. We’ve been around the world, gastronomically speaking, with fabulous flavours from Italy, America, India and even the Channel Islands, so don’t miss out – check it out today.

Other recent shows have featured Sunday Brunch Asian food expert Jeremy Pang and James Law from FoodTalk Awards Gold winners, Longflint Drinks. Juicing technology, 24/7 noodle kiosks and programmes to tackle food waste are just some of the other exciting innovations that we’ve discovered in recent episodes.

So, don’t miss out – get clued up about the latest developments in food and drink, so you can fall in love with a delicious new season!

If you’ve come up with a fresh innovation in foodtech, don’t hesitate to get in touch and share your story with the FoodTalk Show team on hello@foodtalk.co.uk

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