The latest innovations in food processing, production and manufacturing

Thursday 15th May 2025
British Motor Museum, Gaydon
08:30 - 14:30

About the Event

Organised by the publishers of

Food Manufacturing Industrial Technology

This is the UK’s only specialist event staged exclusively for companies manufacturing or processing food and drink products. Here, directors, managers and engineering bosses can discover all the latest innovations, new products and suppliers that will help drive down manufacturing costs, improve productivity and enhance bottom line profitability. More than 100 global leaders are showcasing the latest innovations and technologies for more efficient food and drink production.

Food Manufacturing Live is a one-day only event that is FREE TO ATTEND and uses a unique format to provide food industry executives and engineers with maximum information in the minimum of time. You can get here easily, park at zero cost right outside the entrance, get in, get round, get all the answers sought and get back to work in short order. Visitors can sample our own food and drink too, with a complimentary breakfast roll and brew on arrival (before 1100). And you can also take in – free of charge and with our compliments - the superb British Motor Museum – the world’s largest collection of British cars. Celebrating the past, present and future of British motoring.

  • Top Quality Speaker Programme

    Keep up with the latest developments which are vital to Food and Drink manufacturing engineering professionals

  • Product Previews

    A unique opportunity to discover the newest products developed especially for food and drink industry applications

  • Latest Industry Practices

    Discover, discuss and evaluate all the newest ideas and processes to have been recently introduced to the food and drinks manufacturing sector

  • Free Parking

    Parking at the British Motor Museum is plentiful and free, right outside the door to the event.

  • Meet New Providers

    Meet and engage with the widest cross section of potential new suppliers that have accreditation to serve the Food and Drink manufacturing sector

  • Expert Knowledge

    Capture valuable application tips from the most knowledgeable technical experts in the supply of equipment, products and machines for food and drink manufacturing

  • Free Breakfast

    Free breakfast roll and brew if you arrive before 11AM

  • Free Motor Museum Pass

    Your Visitor Badge also provides free access to the museum.

Workshop Programme

Details of the workshop programme will be announced Autumn 2024.

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Venue Details

By road

Exit the M40 at Junction 12 and turn left, following the brown Motor Museum signs. Continue for approximately 1 mile and the entrance to the British Motor Museum is on your left. If using a Sat Nav for directions we recommend you enter the British Motor Museum as a point of interest rather than using the postcode. The Museum has free and ample parking for Food Manufacturing Live visitors.

By rail

The nearest mainline rail stations are at Warwick (8 miles), Leamington Spa (8 miles) and Banbury (11 miles). Taxi services are available to and from the station, or you can pre-book with the venues recommended supplier White House Cars – call 07854 028461.

By bus

The regular bus service which visits the British Motor Museum operates between Kenilworth and Kineton - (No. X77). For an up-to-date timetable visit the Stagecoach website.

By air

Birmingham International Airport is approximately a 30-minute car/taxi journey.


Birmingham city centre: 45 minutes
London (M25/M40): 1 hour 30 minutes
Bristol city centre: 1 hour 40 minutes
Manchester city centre (via M6 toll road): 2 hours
Leeds city centre: 2 hours 20 minutes

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Discover the British Motor Museum: Home to the World's Largest Collection of Historic British Cars

The British Motor Museum, located in Gaydon, Warwickshire, houses the world's largest collection of historic British cars. With over 400 vehicles spanning classic, vintage, and veteran eras, this museum offers a unique glimpse into the evolution of British automotive history.

Conveniently situated just off junction 12 of the M40, the museum's stunning architecture combines art deco elegance with modern design elements. Set within 65 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, the museum offers a picturesque backdrop against the Warwickshire countryside. Explore the rich heritage of British motoring in this remarkable setting.

Thank you for your interest. To register either as a VIP Visitor or as a potential exhibitor, please complete your details here and tick the relevant box.