We give our members the competitive edge they need
We offer a comprehensive range of benefits for all our members. Networking, tradeshows, meet the buyer events, market insight data; these are only a handful of ways we help businesses at any stage of their growth journey.
Each facet of our membership offering is carefully designed to provide your business with what it needs right now.
The stronger and more diverse our membership, the greater our ability to shape the future of the food and drink industry in Scotland.
Dan and Simon GilmourJohn Gilmour Butchers
Karen Knowles and Nathan Burrough
A growing membership for growing businesses
Scotland Food & Drink offers a wide range of member benefits and services, as well as representing the industry on current and critical issues.
Membership provides food and drink businesses of all sizes with the tools, support and opportunities they need to gain a competitive edge in challenging times.
We help drive efficiencies with distribution, energy, packaging and much more.
We help you keep an eye on the competition and on the health of the industry.
Your dedicated business development manager provides support that’s right for you.
We help you save money on legal, marketing, PR and a host of other essentials through our affiliate member benefits.
We organise year-round opportunities for you interact and engage with new customers and contacts.
We give you the key to unlock the secrets to new market expansion, diversification and accelerated growth.
Join a growing community
Scotland Food & Drink annual membership fees are based on turnover.
Get in touch if you have any questions or would like to talk to one of the team.
|Up to £1 million||£685 + VAT|
|£1 - £5 million||£1,360 + VAT|
|£5 million plus||£2,040 + VAT|
|Large retailers, foodservice and trade organisations||£5,655 + VAT|
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We are here to give our members the competitive edge they need to thrive.
Industry news and views
Get the latest news, views and updates from Scotland Food & Drink, and from all across the food and drink industry.
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In a groundbreaking stride for the beverage industry, ió fibrewater, the UK's first prebiotic fibre-infused water, is making waves after clinching a prestigious Scottish EDGE award and a cash prize of £70,000.