The event, which will be held on Milton Street, will be the first of its kind in the town.
Over 45 stalls from North-east food producers – many based within half an hour of Saltburn - will be selling cheese, chocolate, wine, meat, baked goods and sweet treats.
A favourite of Saltburn Farmers’ Market – Skinningrove Wines will be there, with owner Ian Coles on hand to give his hints and tips on how he produces his lovely fruit wines.
Also there will be Nobia African cuisine, run by Ghanian born Nobia Deprez, who now lives in Middlesbrough, and Saltburn’s very own trendy street food business The Greedy Bassets Kitchen.
A large section of Milton Street, in central Saltburn, will be closed for the food festival and the road will turn into a street party – with picnic tables in a central spot and live music throughout the day.
The highlight of the event will be the appearance of TV celebrity chef Kenny Atkinson, who has appeared on the BBC hit cooking show Great British Menu.
Kenny, who is patron of Saltburn Farmers’ Market, has taken time out of his hectic schedule - his new restaurant in Newcastle is due to open in the next few months - to give a cooking demonstration at 11.30am and 1.30pm.
Members of the general public are being encouraged to take part in the food making workshops, such as sausage making with Gosnay’s Butchers on Milton Street and decorating gingergread houses with Egton based business The Gingerbread House.
Parking for the free event is available in Huntcliff School and the council owned car park opposite the golf club and a Park and Ride Scheme will be provided.
Visitiors are also encouraged to catch the train to the event – the station platform is in front of the food festival.
Saltburn Food Festival runs from 10am to 4pm.