The New Forest Business Partnership is committed to helping our local food and drink businesses to grow. Together with New Forest Marque and Go New Forest, we support our local food and drink businesses through access to funding, identifying food-grade premises, developing key industry-specific skills, networking and learning from each other.

The Food and Drink sector depends on sustained financial and business support. This annual Food and Drink Business Briefing gives us the opportunity to discuss the climate in which food and drink businesses operate, the pressures you are up against, and the support you need to succeed.

Book now to join us as we get all sorts of people around the table to discuss the future of the Food and Drink sector in the New Forest – from producers to public bodies, individuals to businesses.

Together, we will celebrate the New Forest’s Food and Drink successes, discuss our vision for local food and drink, learn a little more about sustainable food and drink and, of course, spend time together, networking and learning from each other!

1030 – Arrival and Networking
1050 – Welcome
1055 – Highlight 1 – Great British Biscotti Company
1100 – Discussion 1 – What would a successful Food & Drink sector in the New Forest look like? What are our strengths and weaknesses?
1125 – Highlight 2 – Pig Beer
1130 – Discussion 2 – How do we develop a successful Food & Drink sector in the New Forest? What needs to happen?
1155 – Highlight 3 – New Forest Farmer
1200 – Discussion 3 – Who should be involved? Who should do what?
1225 – Highlight 4 – Lyburn Cheese
1230 – Networking and Depart

Rachael Pitman, 15 Mile Foodie blogger, will record and report on the discussions.


Members of the New Forest Business Partnership, New Forest Marque and Go New Forest can all book at the Member rate for this event.

By booking a ticket to this event you are agreeing to the terms and conditions. You can view these terms and conditions here.

When making a booking please specify any food allergies and/or intolerances. If you are making a booking on behalf of somebody else please clearly indicate the name of the person attending the briefing as well as their email address.

Bookings for this event close on Monday 24 February at 11.30am.

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