Almost time for the London Halal Food Festival 2017.
I am pleased to announce that this year I will be attending as one of their ‘Halal Heros‘ for the London Halal Food Festival taking place in London on 19-20 August.
Now I am not specifically a food blogger but if you follow me on Instagram you will know we are often eating out and checking out different restaurants, so will be at our element at the festival!
The London Halal Festival will be taking place on the 19th and 20th August at Tobacco Dock.
The festival grows each year and this year an estimated 18,000 people will be attending.
So what can you see at the event?
Well aside from eating there will be:
- Live performances from celebrity chefs in a special cookery theatre
- Dedicated Italian Halal Zone
- Man V’s Food competition
- Companies will be promoting their new and latest line of halal products – including baby food, convenience meals and home-delivered Halal meat.
Waleed Jahangir, London Halal Food Festival Show Director, said
“British Muslims are the most diverse in the world; they have bigger households, they spend
more, eat out more often and cook in more volume – which is estimated annually to be worth
a whopping £10 billion. That’s why we’re seeing more and more brands reaching out to
Muslim consumers and the London Halal Food festival is a fantastic opportunity for both
businesses and consumers to come together and learn more about each other.”
The festival was recently placed in the top five of London Food Festivals to look forward to
in 2017 by lastminute.com and with over 100 exhibitors, it’s set to be a great weekend of
food and fun for all the family. So if you love food and are free that weekend then why not visit the London Halal Food Festival?
Tickets are still available from £10 with exclusive packages still available online. To find out
more information about the festival, or to book your tickets, visit www.londonhalalfoodfestival.com
Video Credit: London Halal Food Festival
Disclosure: I am a ‘Halal Hero’ for the festival and have been provided free tickets to attend the event.’