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Tag: Scotland Food & Drink

Fishermen catching crab

Scottish fish are left to rot

Scottish food and drink firms have been struggling to cope with export bureaucracy following the end of the Brexit transition period.
Vanison Steak on old Cutting Board

£50k for venison

THE Scottish Venison Association has been awarded a £50,000 grant from the Scottish Government
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Call for action ahead of Brexit deadline

Scotland's food and drink manufacturers and wholesalers have come together to sound the alarm over Brexit

Industry fires Brexit warning shot

Leaders warn no deal could spell disaster for Scotland SCOTLAND’S food and drink manufacturers and wholesalers have come together to sound the alarm over Brexit. In...
Ian R Spink's original smokies from Arbroath

More funds for producers

SCOTLAND Food & Drink has created a new £250,000 fund to support the development of Scotland’s regional food groups
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Zero Waste Scotland launches food waste matchmaker

Tackling waste during a crisis
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Industry united in no-deal criticism

Disaster, chaos, and in no one’s interest is the assessment of a no-deal Brexit put forward by trade groups
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Celebrate Scotland

Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight is here, with stores, suppliers, bars and restaurants across the country getting behind the national larder .
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Brewing up a positive future

A new brewing apprenticeship is set to encourage young people in Scotland to join the industry.
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Caledonia in convenience

Most nations like to boast about the quality of their produce, but there are few that can compete with Scotland when it comes to quality.
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SWA brings in Scottish producers

This year’s Scottish Wholesale Association conference will see the SWA team up with Scotland Food & Drink to launch a new producer exhibition

Stock Scottish to secure sales

SF&D chief exec James Withers urges c-stores to get behind local .

‘No deal’ would be catastrophic

SF&D chief warns of damaging Brexit

SG interview: Elaine Bone, Border Biscuits

With 31 years and counting, there are few who know Border Biscuits like Elaine Bone. From school leaver to production manager, Elaine tracks the journey of a brand success story

New strategy for Scottish produce

SCOTTISH businesses are getting behind the nation’s fruit, vegetable and potato industry with the launch of a new growth strategy for the sector. The Planting...

Scottish producers snap up awards

Local produce gets star treatment at Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards CELEBRATING Scottish produce was the name of the game at the Edinburgh International...