The stalls, which formed part of Central England Co-operative's Festival Market, showcased exotic foods from around the world ranging from Jamaican delicacies and Indian spices to kangaroo burgers presumably originating from Australia.
It's enough to make you hungry just listing the wares that were on offer, and there was plenty of opportunity over the weekend to sample many of the food items as you wandered along in true 'try before you buy' tradition.
Fortunately, if you needed help to find out the best liquid refreshment to wash all the food down, there were a number of local breweries and other drinks companies to choose from, including Quartz Brewing based at nearby Kings Bromley.
And if that wasn't enough to 'wet the whistle' there was a celebration of local ales and ciders at Lichfield Arts' Best of Local Brewers event within the Guildhall.
The Green in front of Lichfield Cathedral was also attracting plenty of visitors, thanks in part to the very reasonably priced temporary tea room and the live cookery demonstrations in front of the cathedral itself.
Elsewhere, the Bird Street Food Event saw many of that street's popular restaurants opening food stalls in front of their properties from which to sell delicious, freshly cooked cuisine.
And, as well as Cathedral Close, there were also regular live cookery demonstrations inside the Lichfield Garrick theatre which showcased some of the top chefs from across the region, plus cookery and equipment demos in The Kitchen Shop in Market Street.
The banner advertising this year's Lichfield Food Festival