Food festival wins big name support
10th August 2016
MORNFLAKE is celebrating another year as major sponsor of the Nantwich Food Festival.
The breakfast company will have a high profile at the event taking place over the weekend, September 2-4, when it unveils the Mornflake Gourmet Food Hall on the Bowling Green car-park. More than 30,000 foodies visited the Food Hall last year as one of the many attractions over the weekend.
Another belly-busting array of delights are planned this year including cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs Katy Ashworth and Jean-Christophe Novelli.
The free event, all centred in the heart of town, is billed as ‘the biggest and tastiest food festival in the country’ and this year a record 200 exhibitors will fill the town centre with the best in food, drink and craft stalls. Exhibitors will fill the town with the best in food, drink and craft stalls
The Mornflake Food Hall will be filled with mouth-watering delicacies from around the world and the firm will be there with its own stand offering a wide range of cereals including its famous porridge, muesli and granola products.
Its vintage van will also be on Nantwich town square giving visitors an opportunity to sample its much-loved Crewe-milled range. Mornflake brand manager Hannah Smith said: “It’s been another busy summer for Mornflake, showcasing our products at events up and down the country.
“Now we are preparing for Nantwich Food Festival. We’ll be encouraging visitors to eat healthily and tastily with our delicious and versatile products, not just at breakfast, but as a snack anytime of the day.”
Dating back to 1675, Mornflake delivers bowls of breakfast joy to millions of people in more than 60 countries and has fans spread across the world. Roger Mills, a long-standing festival director, said: “Mornflake’s support of the festival over many years has without doubt contributed to its growth and success.
“Costs of staging the event rise every year but Mornflake has remained loyal. It’s ourn biggest sponsor and a great friend of this important local event which does so much to showcase Nantwich as a destination town.”