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Casual Dining Previews New Innovations For 2016

Casual Dining Previews New Innovations For 2016
January 26
15:41 2016

Casual Dining – the multi-award winning trade event for the UK’s casual dining sector, has released its first preview of some of the new products being showcased this year.

Returning to the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, next month on 24-25 February, the show has firmly established itself as an essential visit for casual dining operators (including multiple and independent pubs, bars, and restaurants) looking to keep up with the latest innovations, developments, and trends.

The following is just a selection of some of the new launches that will be on show from 170 exhibitors, including food and drink, equipment, interior design, furniture, technology, and table top.

AAK Foodservice is launching the Red Lion Pub range of menu cards to help chefs create gluten-free dishes with ease.  Also showing: its recently launched Prep Premium’s Flavour House, a collection of exotic oils inspired by the world’s cuisines, and Lion’s new BBQ sauce range developed to accompany pulled meats.  The AAKitchen will feature a range of cooking demos over the two days, conducted by Lion brand ambassador and celebrity chef Ben Bartlett.  Stand G21

Budweiser Budvar UK is launching Krausened (pronounced Kroy-zened) Lager 4% ABV at the show.  Brewed in the Czech Republic using a traditional bohemian method to produce an unfiltered and unpasteurised beer, it is allowed to gently mature in their cellars before they add a little extra fermenting yeast to give its natural haze and a fuller, crisper taste.  Stand U222.

Premium alcoholic ice tea brand, Harry Brompton’s is launching its new Skinny Peach low calorie ice tea at the show.  Created in London and handmade in limited batches, it is made with ethically-sourced Kenyan black teas, crisp craft-distilled vodka, infused with natural flavours, and is lightly sparkling.  Stand GS5.

Karimix UK is launching its new range of heritage Korean and Indo China products, which encapsulates traditional Korean and Thai flavours.  The range includes Kimchi paste for pickling and seasoning, Ottogi curry paste, Dak Galbi paste, Vietnamese Pho Soup Paste, Thai Tamarind sauce and Spicy Salad Dressing.  Stand M427.

World Beers is launching the new Dammen IPA ale and its range of craft beers from the Italian Birradamare Brewery.  Situated on the outskirts of Rome, the brewery produces a number of Italian craft beers; including a range of seasonal specials.  Stand M510.

McCain Foodservice’s development chefs, Jonathan Taylor and Adele Procter, will be creating a range of exciting, memorable and on-trend new chip topping inspiration for visitors to sample at the show. The recipes are top secret at the moment but are sure to get people talking.  Stand G5.

The FoodFellas is showcasing a selection of new products from around the world, including slow cooked pulled meats with relishes, slow cooked beef ribs, Eli’s Chicago baked cheesecakes, chef-ready pure chunky avocado, gourmet burgers and hot dogs, and a range of authentic Belgian waffles.  Stand U205.

CasualDining2January2016JDM Food Group is promoting new additions to its Just Add Flavour range.  The seven specially-crafted concentrates include Smoky Chipotle, Slow Roasted Garlic, Traditional English Herbs, Sicilian Lemon, Original Blue Cheese, Marie Rose, and Real Wholegrain Mustard.  They are designed to flavour a range of classic restaurant ingredients, such as mayonnaise, crème fresh, buttermilk, soft cheeses, oils and potatoes.  Stand G1.

Inapub is launching Next Generation, a networking club and series of events held around the country, designed for new licensees and managers with aspirations of taking on their own venue.  Research reveals 15% of pubs are owned by operators aged 25-34, representing a 25% increase in the last three years.  The face of the pub industry is changing and Inapub’s Next Generation is designed with that in mind.  Stand M243.

Scotland’s only organic brewery, Black Isle Brewery Co is launching its first certified gluten free organic beer – Goldfinch.  This 3.5% session I.P.A is suitable for coeliacs and beer lovers, and available in 330ml bottles.  Stand UB3.

Innovate Foods is launching a selection of new food concepts exclusively at Casual Dining.  These include a mini nacho cheese bite, in-line with South American/Mexican trends; a range of savoury mini soufflés and beignets; and an apple rose dessert in a light puff pastry.   Stand G7.

Casual Dining returns to the Business Design Centre in London on 24-25 February 2016.  For more information, and to register for a free trade ticket, please visit www.casualdiningshow.co.uk and quote priority code PR1 (alternatively, use direct link: www.eventdata.co.uk/Visitor/CasualDining.aspx?TrackingCode=PR1).

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