Trevors Foodservice celebrates 60th anniversary with trade show

Trevors Foodservice is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a trade show at Bolton Wanderers’ Toughsheet Community Stadium on the 2nd November.

The Blackpool-based wholesaler is inviting catering professionals and businesses from across the North to celebrate the company’s rich history, while seeing, tasting, and testing the latest culinary trends, innovations, and delights.

Providing a delicious day of gastronomic inspiration, networking and indulgence, the event is not open to the general public, but entrance is free to catering professionals, who can RSVP by emailing

The special event will see over 50 leading suppliers showcase their latest products, techniques, and solutions with exciting chef demonstrations to watch and samples to try. Visitors will also benefit from a wide selection of exclusive on-the-day deals and promotions.

Read more: Wholesaler spotlight: Trevors Foodservice

In addition to the 60th anniversary celebrations, the announcement of some exciting company news will also take place alongside a special charity raffle and a host of other giveaways with up to £1,000 in prizes to be won.

Gary Hitchen, Trevors Foodservice managing director, said: “This will be our first trade show since the pandemic and with it aligning with our 60th anniversary celebrations, it’s going to be a huge day for our team, our guests and for caterers across Blackpool and the North West. A chance for us to thank our valued customers and suppliers for their ongoing support these past 60 years, the event will also play a key role in helping caterers learn, share insights, and prepare for the festive season, plus the challenges to come in 2024.”

Matthew Hitchen, Trevors Foodservice purchasing and operations director, said: “With foodservice businesses under intense pressure these past few years following the pandemic and then the recent rising costs and labour shortages, attendance is not just about finding the latest products and trends to survive and hopefully thrive in 2024, but it’s a commitment to play a role in shaping the future of the catering industry for the next 60 years and beyond.”

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Paul Hill is the Editor of Better Wholesaling. He can be found on Twitter at @BW_PaulHill, or contacted via and 07960935659.


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