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The show will now take place at London’s Old Truman Brewery in June 2021

The upcoming Low2NoBev exhibition has been postponed until June next year.

Instead of running in September 2020 alongside The Restaurant Show, the show – which is run by William Reed, the publisher of The Grocer – will return to its originally planned location, London’s Old Truman Brewery, on 9-10 June 2021.

“With the hospitality market effectively closed down due to Covid-19, suppliers and retailers are desperately working where they can to keep their heads above water and prepare for the ’re-opening’ of businesses” saud William Reed events and exhibitions MD Andrew Reed.

“It is clear that declining alcohol consumption and strong innovation in low and no-alcohol drinks still indicates that the sector is set for strong growth and has a positive future. However, we can’t see or feel it is right to proceed with this year’s event and have taken the decision to postpone the Low2NoBev show to 2021.”

The decision “has not been taken lightly but we feel the sentiment from the market would agree with this postponement and we want to protect our exhibitors, sponsors, visitors and speakers”, he added.

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