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UK firms pursuing linkages with Barbados businesses
Published on July 5, 2017 Email To Friend    Print Version

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- A delegation of UK firms is bringing a trade mission to Barbados to attend the first CARIB Food and Hospitality Exhibition being held 6-8 July 2017. The purpose of their visit is to pursue business opportunities and partnerships with local stakeholders in the food and beverage industry.

Representatives for UK firms Tg Teas (green tea drink manufacturer) and Par Foods (UK distributor) will make the long journey to Barbados to attend the special event, where they will join with local representatives for UK brands Franklin & Sons (gourmet soda manufacturer) and the ADHB (English beef and lamb growers) to exhibit in the UK Food and Beverage Display being staged within the CARIB Food event.

The products on offer are the latest innovations from the UK and include gluten-free and health conscious options packed with positive health benefits.
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