Food and drink

Scotland’s farms and crofts urged to take part in important survey.

The size and scale of Scotland’s agritourism sector is to be measured for first time in a new annual census of farms, crofts and estates across the country.

Food alliances: early lessons from Highland Good Food

Interested in creating a sustainable, local food system?

Transition Black Isle & Pebble Trust have initiated an innovative Food Conversation, aiming to support and inspire local people to come together to create a local food system that is better for the planet, better for people and better for producers. 

The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) is gearing up to host a world first - the Royal Highland Showcase.

First Minister sets out priorities for Government.

Scotland’s recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will be driven by an ambitious programme to build a modern, high-tech economy while staying true to enduring values of fairness and compassion, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.

Forth Valley Food and Drink network is launching a new trail to highlight the region’s local food and drink businesses, free outdoor attractions and picnic areas.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced details of the further relaxation of restrictions across Scotland.

New funding is available for Forth Valley's rural food and drink businesses

Forth Valley & Lomond LEADER has secured £50,000 from the Scottish Government to help rural food and drink businesses adapt and recover from the impact of Covid-19.

A new campaign has been launched to help hospitality businesses reopen, digitise and grow.

When the Covid-19 crisis hit last March, our weekly food shop hit a roadblock. With supermarkets struggling to keep up with customer demand, we took a local detour.

Taking the scenic route forced us to slow down, appreciate what’s on our doorstep and take time to discover the farm shops, markets, makers and producers right under our noses.

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