Foodies and culinary enthusiasts can take their cooking game to the next level with a high-quality learning experience at The Good Life Show later this year. Foto:
With the ever-increasing global demand and interest in healthier, more sustainable way of living The Plant Powered Show has fast become one of the most successful food-and-lifestyle events on the South African exhibition calendar and has, naturally, grown into three new shows.
This year, The Good Life Show will host four dynamic events under one roof, giving visitors access to all of them with one ticket: The Plant Powered Show, the Natural & Organic Show, the Free-from Show and SustainEx. The Cape Town version of the show will be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from Friday 31 May to Sunday 2 June.
It is estimated that more than 15 000 consumers and trade professionals will attend this year’s shows in Cape Town and Johannesburg, featuring more than 200 exhibiters at each show and around 50 chef and mixologist demonstrations and expert talks.
The show is aimed at anyone with an interest in food, health, wellness and the environment, who is looking to live more consciously. It is also open to trade, including the retail, hospitality sectors and to local distributors and exporters, and will appeal to any industry that is looking for innovative, high-quality products.
“Consumers want to make sustainable choices, yet recent studies have shown they need more information to determine which products, brands, or advice to follow to make the best choices,” explained event producer Heidi Warricker.
“Many consumers also want to live more consciously and be more mindful of the animals we share the planet with, and at the same time, chefs and foodies want to be inspired to create delicious meals with exciting new ingredients. It is this food revolution that we are proud to be championing by bringing this show to all our visitors.”
Visitors will have the opportunity to hear directly from businesses that are making a difference and receive the guidance they need to make sustainable changes that align with their lifestyle.
The Good Life show will feature a host of highlights, including master classes by chefs, pop-up eateries, a sustainable pub and free tasters. Foto:
A marketplace filled with sustainable products and everything in between. From beverages to beauty, appliances to accessories and apparel, wellness products to plant-based, natural, organic and free-from foods, show goers will be spoilt for choice.
The Good Life Kitchen
The Good Life Kitchen is the star feature of the show. It will be where you will find legendary chefs showcasing their skills and demonstrating the best, easiest ways to create exciting, versatile, healthy, and delicious sustainable recipes. Tops chefs will be using some of the most innovative and popular products to inspire home cooks to experiment with sustainable cooking.
Tasting the Future Talks
The Tasting the Future Talks will feature diverse and compelling talks and panel discussions by culinary experts, top nutritionists, dieticians, health and sustainability experts. They are designed to educate, inspire and share cutting-edge information shaping the future of food and the food industry.
Premium ticket holders will enjoy exclusive access to some of the country’s top chefs and mixologists. Foodies and culinary enthusiasts can enhance their skills and take their cooking game to the next level with a high-quality learning experience packed with in-depth knowledge. The Good Life Show’s top chefs and mixologists will demonstrate how to create vegan cheese, handmade artisanal ice-cream, traditional kimchi, master the art of zero waste cocktails and much more.
The Good Life Show will also feature meet-and-greets with chefs and book signings, a trade-only networking lounge, pop-up eateries, a sustainable pub, yoga demos and wellness classes, free tasters and samples.
Tickets are already on sale at Quicket links: https://qkt.io/GoodLifeShow-CapeTown. Super early-bird tickets cost R87,50 per person until Thursday 29 February.
For more information, visit https://goodlifeshowafrica.com.