Dairy brands set to take part in IFE 2024

IFE, part of Food, Drink & Hospitality Week, returns to ExCeL London on 25-27 March to showcase thousands of quality food and drink products from the UK and around the world.

For more than 45 years, IFE has provided a glimpse into the future of food and drink, with hundreds of new products and ranges launching at the show and industry leaders.

IFE is made up of 14 distinct food and drink zones, covering everything from grocery and wholesale to chilled and frozen, to bakery and confectionery. New sections for this year’s event include the Cheese Pavilion, the Hot Beverages Pavilion and the Fresh Produce Section, brought to life in partnership with the Fresh Produce Consortium.

This year’s event is also set to welcome exhibitors from more than 60 countries, showcasing hundreds of innovative global products, including Turkey, Thailand, France, Sri Lanka, China, Ecuador, Hungary and Cyprus.

IFE 2024 will also include a wide range of dairy producers and ingredients suppliers from the UK and around the world. Here are just some of the brands taking part in this year’s event:

BV Dairy

BV Dairy was established in 1958 and has come a long way since its award-winning clotted cream was sold in the local area. Now run by the third generation of the Highnam family, both the business and the range of specialty products has grown and developed to form one of the most respected and successful independent dairies in the South West of England today.

The company now occupies a modern, well equipped production facility employing the latest manufacturing technology situated on the edge of North Dorset’s lush and fertile Blackmore Vale with over 160 employees and supplies a range of products including soft cheese, clotted cream, and yogurt.

Isle of Man Creamery

Isle of Man Creamery is a co-operative of farm-assured family-owned dairy farmers whose herds graze on the lush green pastures of the Isle of Man. Their skilled cheese makers are dedicated to making award-winning cheeses that reflect the traditional skills and long culinary heritage of the Isle of Man.

Pantziaros Bros Dairy Products Ltd

Cyprus-based Pantziaros Bros is a business that’s passionate about making the best halloumi cheese in the country. The business operates two state-of-the-art production facilities in the industrial area of Athienou, with the capacity to produce 18,500 tonnes of halloumi cheese per day, and is the largest halloumi slice manufacturer in Cyprus.


Belgium-based Corman is an expert in dairy flavours and textured fats, providing precise technology and leveraging more than 100 years of experience in fractionating, texturing, and creating flavours from milk fat.

Jersey Dairy

Jersey Dairy is located on the island of Jersey in the Channel Islands and is a farmer owned cooperative. All of its products are made from milk produced exclusively by pedigree Jersey cows, which can trace the purity of lineage back to 1763. At IFE the company will be sampling its award-winning soft mix ice cream, thickshake mix and brand-new gelato base mix.

Epiros UK Ltd

Epiros UK Ltd is the UK subsidiary of Epirus SA, one of the largest cheese-producing companies in Greece with three state-of-the-art production and packaging facilities in the country. Today, Epirus numbers 280 employees, works with a network of 350 suppliers and collects milk from 1,800 farmers. Approximately 47,000 tons of sheep and goat milk are processed annually at the Epirus plants.

The company’s production capacity and methods, its consistent investment in technology and R&D, plus an innovative spirit combined with in depth knowledge of tradition, guarantee the excellent quality of Epirus products.

IFE takes place alongside IFE Manufacturing, The Pub Show, HRC and International Salon Culinaire as part of Food, Drink & Hospitality Week. To find out more about everything happening at this year’s event, and to register for your complimentary trade ticket, visit ife.co.uk.

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