Food and drink
Food and drink businesses across Scotland are celebrating after their success at the food and drink 'Oscars'.
Twenty-five winners were announced at the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2017. Alastair Dobson from Taste of Arran won the Outstanding Contribution award, Business of the Year went to Bruce Farms and the Product of the Year prize went to Whisky Nibs from Chocolate Tree.
A new service has launched today to connect food and drink businesses with innovation support.
Apply now for Nourish Scotland's Making a Living from Local Food programme 2017.
Are you passionate about tasty, nutritious, locally and sustainably produced food? Are you in the process of setting up a local food enterprise or have just started one?
The current funding round of the Food for Thought Education Fund closes for applications at the end of May.
In this article, Forth Valley and Lomond LEADER tell us about the role of their new Local Food & Drink Coordinator.
An invitation to tender for the provision of an Innovation Support Service for the agricultural, food and drink, and forestry sectors has been published by the Scottish Government.
The Scottish Rural Network Support Unit at Directorate of Agriculture and Rural Economy in the Scottish Government is looking for a provider to set up and run an Innovation Support Service.
Have your say on a plan setting out key priorities for the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park by taking part in a public consultation.
Views are currently being sought on the draft National Park Partnership Plan 2018-2023 which sets out a vision for how the Park Authority and its partners will work together to further develop the benefits the National Park can offer Scotland's environment, society, culture and economy.