Food and drink

Applications have now opened for a fund to support Scottish food and drink suppliers and producers to invest in future growth.

The annual Food Processing, Marketing and Cooperation Grant Scheme (FPMC) will enable investment across a range of projects including buildings and equipment, feasibility studies, co-operative ventures and the improvement of supply-chain efficiency.

Grow Connections! With the Scotland Network

Join Eden Project Communities Scotland and Dundee based Manuela de los Rios for a workshop all about how to reconnect with your community through nature and growing food.

A fund to help regional food and drink ventures recover from the impact of Covid-19 has awarded £200,000 to a range of projects across Scotland.

The Regional Food Fund (RFF), one of the Scottish Government’s 100 Days commitments, will help producers and event organisers showcase quality regional food and drink products.

You have just over 2 weeks left to submit a nomination for Scottish Land & Estates Helping it Happen Awards 2021!

The Scotland-wide Helping It Happen Awards, which are once again sponsored by GLM, recognise the role of estates, farms and rural businesses who are helping rural Scotland thrive.

A fund to help regional food and drink ventures recover from the impact of Covid-19 has awarded £200,000 to a range of projects across Scotland.

The Regional Food Fund (RFF), one of the Scottish Government’s 100 Days commitments, will help producers and event organisers showcase quality regional food and drink products.

A campaign has launched encouraging people to choose a career in Scotland’s valued tourism and hospitality industry.

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.

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