Official Energy Partner

Flogas go above and beyond to provide off-grid energy solutions to homes and businesses across the UK – our 63 depots deliver thousands of tonnes of LPG and our fleet covers a whopping 190,00 miles a week!

We’re proud of our 35 year history, and as part of the wider DCC Plc family, we have the expertise and capability to be your trusted LPG supplier for the future. But don’t just take our word for it, we have customers who are already seeing the benefits of switching to LPG.

Official Payments Partner

SumUp was founded with a pretty simple goal…to enable small business owners to be successful doing what they love. We believe in affordable, easy-to-use payment solutions and business tools that aren’t just accessible to everybody, but affordable too. Over the past few months, we’ve seen both resilience and creativity from the UK’s food industry, and we couldn’t be happier to be participating in upcoming events, welcoming everybody back and partnering with the British Street Food Awards.

Official Signage Partner

Majisign is a UK-based manufacturer and retailer of wooden display products, including pavement signs, A-boards, chalkboards, menu holders, poster frames and other bespoke items. Majisign is also a large format digital printing expert and produces large signs & banners for bars, restaurants, shops and business premises. From a chat on the phone, a written idea in an email, a scribble on a piece of paper to detailed drawings and planned campaigns, we work with sole traders and global companies to produce perfect products.

Official Suppliers

We sat down with NCASS 15 years ago to plot the street food revolution. Their obsession with the detail of food safety – at every level – has been instrumental in growing our sector, providing caterers with the information, systems and support to be safe, legal  and profitable. To be honest, WE should be sponsoring THEM.

From a modest start in 2010, when two restaurateurs and a pair of sustainability experts launched the not-for-profit organisation with 50 founder members, the Sustainable Restaurant Association now works across 10,000 member sites. These cover a smorgasbord of foodservice businesses, from high end to high street, from street-food staples to workplace canteens, from independent cafés to Michelin-starred restaurants.

The SRA is a community of like-minded foodservice businesses, suppliers and discerning diners working together to create a sustainable industry for people and planet. We firmly believe that by working as a collective we can improve the food on our plate which in turn will have a positive, measurable impact on the wider food system.