Romford shopping mall to hold Allergy and Free From Show next month

PUBLISHED: 13:00 16 February 2018

The Mercury Mall will be holding its Allergy and Free From Show next month. Picture: White Rabbit Pizza

The Mercury Mall will be holding its Allergy and Free From Show next month. Picture: White Rabbit Pizza

White Rabbit Pizza

A shopping centre will once again be holding an event to celebrate “free from” food and lifestyle products.

The Mercury Mall, Romford, will have its Allergy and Free From Show on March 3 from 11am-3pm which is aimed at anyone living with allergies, intolerances, eczema or coeliac disease, or living “free from” products such as gluten and diary.

It is also aimed at those who need to avoid dust mites, latex or any other material.

Marketing and tenant liaison at the shopping centre, Gemma Brooks said: “This is a family-friendly event full of products (food, skin care, household items and more), cooking classes, talks, expert advice and more – all ‘free from’ and dedicated to helping you to improve your life.”

For further information about The Mercury Allergy and Free From Show, visit

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