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Scotland’s biggest craft beer festival ‘Indie Beer Scotland’ moves to Glasgow with double number of beers
After a hugely successful launch in Edinburgh in 2022 Indie Beer Scotland returns in 2023 at the brand-new event space ‘Clyde Rooms at Edmiston House’ in Glasgow.
Commercial opportunities served up for Tayside and Fife producers at networking event
More than 30 of the finest food and drink producers across Angus, Dundee, Perthshire, and Fife attended Tasting Tayside and Fife on Tuesday 13th June.
Eusebi Deli brings an Italian summer to Glasgow’s West End with new menu
As Scotland is bathed in summer sunshine, Glasgow’s iconic Italian eatery Eusebi Deli is welcoming the season with a new menu inspired by the fresh bounty of summer for an experience that evokes an evening under the Mediterranean sun.
Wide range of local and global factors affecting the beef market
Since mid-to-late May, prime cattle prices have been coming under pressure at Scottish abattoirs, with R4L steers falling 2.8% from a peak of 511.8p/kg in the week ending May 20 to 497.3p/kg in the week ending June 24. Nevertheless, prices still held a 9% increase over the same week of 2022 and a 24% lead over the five-year average, according to the latest market commentary from Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
Now is the time to increase investment in leadership development
SAOS, NFU Scotland and NFU Mutual have come together once again to offer an opportunity for agri businesses of all sizes to place greater emphasis on investing in leadership skills development.
Striking a Balance: Postponing DRS in Scotland – A View from Scotland Food & Drink
The recent postponement of the Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) in Scotland, due in part to the UK Government’s interpretation of the UK Internal Market Act (IMA), has given us all a chance to reflect and draw valuable lessons from what has become a high profile and contentious endeavour.
Soils and drains top the discussion list at Stirlingshire Monitor Farm
Soil pH, field drainage and implementing a new grass and grazing plan were key topics at the Stirlingshire Monitor Farm summer meeting. At an information-packed gathering, visitors also discussed stock health and nutrition and heard more about what the host farmers had been doing since their first meeting six months ago.
Shortlist announced for Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards
75 food and drink businesses from across Scotland are celebrating after being named as finalists for the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2023.
Why you should be Feeding your Workforce Skills
Do you struggle to find enough time to focus on your people? Feeding Workforce Skills is here to make it easier.
Winners of 2023 RBST Scotland Food & Farming Sustainability Awards Announced
The winners of the 2023 RBST Scotland Food & Farming Sustainability Awards have been announced, recognising their excellence in sustainable food and farming.
Laying the foundations to build sustainable growth for the Scottish food and drink industry
Today, alongside First Minister, Humza Yousaf, the Scotland Food & Drink Partnership launched its new industry strategy, ‘Sustaining Scotland. Supplying the World.’