The festival is the largest event dedicated to Cornish food and drink and brings together a number of artisan producers and chefs.
Nathan Outlaw will headline the event, which is organised by Cornwall Food & Drink. The day will offer masterclasses, cooking challenges and tasting sessions to the public. Entrance is free of charge and there will be more than 60 exhibitors and a line-up of 30 chefs and food experts.
Director of Cornwall Food & Drink Ruth Huxley said: “Going back ten years, Cornish food and drink was something of a well-kept secret. When asked, people could name pasties and cream teas, which still stand for top-quality traditional Cornish fare, but now there is so much more diversity. A plethora of innovative and exciting people have made sure that these days Cornwall is known for its craftsmanship in a whole range of contemporary food and drink, from gin to chocolate.
“The festival rebrand is therefore a timely evolution that echoes the worldwide recognition that Cornish food and drink has gained and capitalises on this momentum to drive the industry forward.”