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Taste the best of Mid and East Antrim at the Balmoral Show


Visitors are invited to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s exhibitor stand at this year’s Balmoral Show to sample a feast of flavours and mouthwatering treats from a selection of local homegrown food and drink producers.

Thanks to the support of Council, five local businesses will be showcased to a large audience from Wednesday 11 – Saturday 14 May, at Stand 7 within the must-visit NI Food Pavilion.


The local businesses - Gold & Brownes, Flossy Treats, In Juice / ELEveg, Green Fingers Family and Meroë Foods - will be on the stand offering samples of their speciality food and drink produce, which will be available for purchase on the day.


Pictured is local business Flossy Treats who will be attending Balmoral Show this year again.

Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor William McCaughey is really looking forward to meeting with the exhibitors and guests, and sampling some of the fantastic local produce that these local businesses offer. He said:


“Agri-food is an integral sector for Mid and East Antrim, an area rich with indigenous artisan talent and I am delighted that we can bring together a range of innovative producers, who will be proudly showcasing their products at this year’s show.


“I also look forward to meeting with members of the public and would encourage you all to show your support of their business endeavours and future plans.”

Each business will be showcasing at Balmoral on the following days:

  • 11, 13 and 14 May - Gold & Brownes, luxury artisan brownies made from the finest Belgian chocolate and made using gluten-free ingredients

  • 11 and 12 May - Flossy Treats, producers of sweet delights including chocolate, honeycomb and personalised confectionery products



  • 12 May - In Juice / ELEveg, producer of a range of delicious healthy shot drinks using microgreens

  • 13 May – Green Fingers Family, producers of a range of tasty homemade vegan granola

  • 14 May - Meroë Foods, producers of a range of fresh traditional pita bread


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