The Light Equipment Forum took place at Whittlebury Hall for the first time. Lee Thorndike demonstrates the latest Edlund fruit and vegetable slicer. Dealers listen to what eco catering products supplier G.E.T. has to offer. Nevilles launched a range of new Genware melamine tableware. SJH Row & Sons showed off a custom-made guitar-shaped serving board for a restaurant client. T&G Woodware unveiled some wire-based additions to its catalogue. The DRH Collection believes its range of soup bowls will be a bigger seller than its popular camembert baker. Albrecht Roelandts showcases some of San Jamar's new food prep products at the FEM stand. Attendees listen to opening speeches from CESA's Nick Oryino and Steven Goodliffe. Gilberts displays a four-in-one warmer from partner Rosseto. Grunwerg launched new aluminum cookware and a vacuum kettle that maintains the temperature of boiled water for four hours. Gratte Brothers' Patrick Simpson checks out the latest light equipment at the Grunwerg stand.