Tag: local food

27
Sep

Tesco Taste Festival Triump!

Free’ist recently attended the Tesco Taste Festival which took place at Custom House Sq, Belfast and it was a fantastic success! People were loving the taste of our Sugar Free/No Added Sugar & Gluten Free Products, with many people coming back to visit our stand for some extra helpings and couldn’t believe we had such a big range which included a variety of chocolate bars, popcorns, cookies, tea biscuits and marshmallows!

Below are some of the photos from the show –

05
Sep

Tesco Taste Festival NI 22-24th Sep 2017

Join us at the annual Tesco Taste Festival held at Belfast’s Custom House Square to celebrate Northern Irelands food and drink  industry on the 22nd – 24th September . The event, now its ninth year,  is predicting to see a bigger crowd than ever before, expecting to reach 20,000 people.

The festival showcases some of Northern Irelands top food and drink producers and suppliers in the Northern Ireland retail market.

Established as the most successful free to enter food festival, the three day events promises to be a fantastic weekend made up of tasting sessions, cooking tips and demonstrations using top local produce.

The Free’ist team will be there with our range of Sugar Free/No Added Sugar and Gluten Free snacks for you try out – they’re Freelicious!

We hope to see you and your family enjoying the amazing food and drink that  NI has to offer!

For more info visit the Tesco Taste Northern Ireland Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/tastenorthernireland/

 

30
Oct

Celebrating Taste Northern Ireland

Tesco is a major supporter of Northern Ireland suppliers and producers and spend more than £520m every year on local products and now stock around 1,200 items from 90 local suppliers.

The Tesco “Taste NI Campaign” is a great way for customers to get to know the people and the places behind their favourite local food and drink products. Free’ist have been taking part in the Tesco Local Food Market where we will be sampling in at least 50 Tesco stores over the year. The aim of the event is to promote awareness of locally produced food through sampling.

In September Free’ist also took part in their first Tesco Taste NI Food Festival held at Custome House Square which is a 2 day event complemented by entertainment and free admission to the public. It is also Northern Ireland’s biggest and only FREE celebration of local food to an urban consumer audience.