More than 300 exhibitors will be showcasing an extensive menu of premium food and drink products to deli and fine food retailers at the Speciality & Fine Food Fairs in Leeds and London in September. Small individual producers, such as traditional cheesemakers and artisan chocolate companies, will be exhibiting alongside major food groups such as Food from Britain, Highlands & Islands Enterprise, Bord Bia and the Welsh Development Agency. There will also be companies from France, Belgium, Spain, Italy and Australia. New lines blending the traditional with the unusual are promised: Clams Hand Made Cakes will be displaying its oriental pear cake made with pears soaked in green China tea; Bespoke Foods will show its ambient pâtés with 30% foie gras; two new flavoured fudges will come from the Burnt Sugar Sweet Company ­ mixed spice and muscovado sugar, and pitted Deglet hour dates and prunes with vanilla from Harmans Quality Dried Fruits. Yattendon Estate, one of Berkshire's largest farming estates, is launching a ready-to-bake food range, which includes traditional olive rolls and Berkshire butteries. The Rare Breed Meat Company will be showing frozen ready meals made from rare breeds of beef, pork and lamb. First-time exhibitors include the Gourmet Vanilla Company showing organic vanilla pods from India. Green & Black's will launch milk chocolate butter biscuits and dark chocolate butter biscuits, and Food from France will show lines ranging from foie gras to artisan quality chocolates. A showcase of the winners of the Great Taste Awards, presented for the best speciality food and drink from around the world, will take centre stage. Dates: - September 2, 3, Royal Armouries Hall, Leeds - September 9-11, Olympia, London {{FOCUS SPECIALS }}