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St Andrews Day is a national celebration, held on 30th November each year.
While the majority have heard of St Andrew’s Day, many don’t know how to celebrate it or indeed why they should.
To mark the day, we are encouraging everyone to celebrate the people, products and places that are building Scotland’s reputation as a land of food and drink.
With this being VisitScotland’s Year of Stories, this St Andrew's Day will be all about unearthing Scotland’s most exciting products, innovative producers and remarkable regions that tell the stories of our unique food and drink industry.
From Fife’s very own Buffalo Farm to hand-crafted rum from Glasgow; now, more than ever, we can stand proud of the extensive and diverse offering being reared, grown and manufactured on our doorstep.
Want to get involved?
Share your St Andrew's Day food and drink traditions (both new and old) on social media - tag @scotfooddrink (Twitter & Instagram) in your posts to join the conversation.
And follow along on our Instagram on 30 November as we share some delicious new traditions to mark St Andrew’s Day.