CRS 2010 Take a trip around the convenience world in one day
One day out at the Convenience Retailing Show in March will put you in touch with over 200 top suppliers.
In the FMCG category, Allied Bakeries, Arla Foods, Blue Dragon, Bobby’s Foods, Cakes For The Connoisseur, Cow & Gate, Ginsters, Jordans, Pataks, Pork Farms, Robert Wiseman Dairies, Ryvita, Sun Valley, Unilever, Walkers Snacks, Warburtons and many more will all be at the Birmingham NEC from March 21-24.
If it’s your confectionery section that you’re looking to boost, then Bonds Confectionery, Buzz Sweets and J&J Confectionery will all be at the show.
And if you’re looking to cash in on the fast-growing energy sector and are after drinks and shots then you’ll find 5 Hour Energy, All Day Energy, Boost Drinks, Crunk Energy Drink, Hell Energy, Pussy Drinks and Voltz there too.
Caffe Society, Coffee Nation, Coffee Treats, Simply Coffee and Tchibo will represent the drinks-to-go sector.
For equipment there will be AHT Cooling Systems, Alpine Cooling, Capital Cooling, E Jordon (Refrigeration), Torex, YP Electronics and many more.
And if it’s advice you’re after then the Association of Convenience Stores, Federation of Wholesale Distributors as well as Landmark Wholesale and Musgrave Retail Partners will all be on hand to help.
Show director Matthew Butler comments: “It’s an impressive line up that definitely should not be missed. A day out of your store is worth much, much more at CRS as all retailers will receive a discount booklet giving them lots of exclusive show offers.”
The Convenience Retailing Show will be co-located with no fewer than seven other exhibitions: Food & Drink Expo, Foodex, Café+, Baking Industry Exhibition, International Forecourt & Fuel Equipment Show, Off Licence Show and the new Food & Drink Logistics Show, which gives you an overview of the food and drink supply chain.
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