• FML_PlantBased_RGB.png
  • Plant-Based Pavilion

    Food Matters Live 2019 will host the end-of the-year Plant-Based Bash this autumn, in conjunction with PB&Co. 
    You're invited to join this bespoke designed pavilion with your revolutionary plant-based food and drink ingredients or finished products. 

With the 2018 UK plant-based market worth £443m and the global plant-based market set to reach £$5 bn by 2020, this category is taking the world by storm.

New for 2019, the Plant-Based Bash at Food Matters Live, supported by PB&Co, will showcase the world of fresh and exciting plant-based food and drink.


Supported by

Your plant-based food and drink ingredients or finished products – that are meeting not only the UK’s consumer appetite but also the global – are invited to join this bespoke designed pavilion where you can connect with key buyers and decision makers from across the industry. 

Benefits of showcasing your innovations in the pavilion include:

  • Special exhibiting rates

  • Unique profiling in the printed Event Guide

  • x2 VIP passes



Criteria to join the pavilion:

  • Your company must be a manufacturer of plant-based food and drink ingredients or finished products, whereby no animal products or processes have been used
  • You may have “non-plant-based” products in your product range but will only be allowed to exhibit “plant-based” ingredients or products within the pavilion
  • Your company is more than 2 years old

Get in touch 

For more information and to find out how you can benefit from your participation with the Plant-Based Pavilion at Food Matters Live 2019, please contact:

Julia Wocka-Gowda

T: +44 (0)20 3848 9455
E: julia.wocka-gowda@foodmatterslive.com


Hear a panel including guests from RSSL, Plantifull and Plant-based To Business discuss the clean-label and plant-based food explosion in the latest Table Talk Podcast MORE



With Beyond Meat about to go public we take a look at how the investment community has developed an interest in plant-based food, as companies look to meet growing demand MORE



Flexitarianism could be the diet of the future says a new insight report from YouGov, with more people opting for plant-based healthy food choices and only occasionally eating meat MORE