The show’s food hall is promising to be bigger and better than ever, featuring many of Norfolk’s best producers.
There are more than 30 suppliers involved, and all have won awards – both locally and internationally.
There’s a chance to snap up a bottle of Bacchus wine, from Winbirri Vineyards, in Surlingham, which scooped a platinum award at the Decanter World Wine Awards – the first time an English still wine has won one of DWWA’s highest honours.
There are also sausages from White House Farm, in Sprowston, which were voted best banger by the public at the Battle of the Bangers in Norwich earlier this summer.
Other goodies available to take away include Candi’s Chutney, Yare Valley Oils, Season’s Bounty’s jam and marmalade – which have won bronze, silver and gold medals at the World Original Marmalade Awards – Crush Oils and honey from Leigh’s Bees (along with candles and polish made from beeswax).
There will also be Norfolk Raider Cider, which is made from apples from White House Farm, Sprowston.
Charlotte Gurney, head of the food hall, said: “We have the biggest tent we have ever had and there’s lots to try and buy.
“All the producers have very strong connections to Norfolk, bringing the best of Norfolk produce to visitors.”