What’s new in the kitchen? What’s trending in tableware? The LET Forum has the answers
Book now for FEA’s 2023 light equipment and tableware event
Whittlebury Hall, Towcester, 15-16 May 2023
Calling all foodservice distributors and specifiers of light equipment and tableware – FEA’s LET Forum is back to reveal the very latest design trends. The event sees a host of leading suppliers bring their latest concepts and launches for delegates to check out and get their hands on. It’s the opportunity to experience the shape, feel and performance of things to come in the kitchen, at the bar and on the table.
In 2022 the big trends included melamine and polycarbonate, organic designs, buffet, and hygiene and safety. Will they still dominate? Sustainability was another big driver, and is likely to be even more so this year. Exhibitors include suppliers and manufacturers of all types of light kitchen equipment, barware, glassware and tableware.
The event takes place on 15 and 16 May at Whittlebury Hall in Towcester. Delegate places are free, and include an overnight stay at the hotel, a seat at the LET Awards dinner, plus breakfast and lunch on both days. Numbers are limited so FEA is encouraging anyone interested to book soon, via Eventbrite.co.uk (search FEA Light Equipment), or got to https://tinyurl.com/uufxeurc, or click here.
“The Forum has become more and more popular over the years, both with delegates and exhibitors,” says Steve Goodliff, chair of FEA’s LET Group. “It allows dealers and specifiers to cram in a lot of product knowledge in just a day and a half – in terms of time management, it’s a huge bonus for buyers and suppliers.”
The feedback each year is always very positive. In 2022, Diane Kinkead of Bunzl Catering Supplies said, “I think it’s a brilliant forum, both for people who are experienced in the industry and those who are new.” Meanwhile Jo Pethard of United UK LLP described it as ‘enjoyable and educational’, adding, “I am sure we can generate more sales from the knowledge we learnt at the event.”
For advice and information on the LET Forum, contact FEA via the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Foodservice Equipment Association (FEA) is the independent, authoritative voice of the foodservice equipment industry, representing nearly 200 companies who supply, service and maintain all types of commercial catering equipment – from utensils to full kitchen schemes. For more information on FEA visit www.fea.org.uk
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