Clever Kombucha: A chat with Kelsey Moore

Clever Kombucha: A chat with Kelsey Moore

Kombucha is relatively new in Scotland, why did you decide to set up your Glasgow brewery? I am originally from Victoria BC, Canada. The kombucha market is pretty huge in North America. Whenever Alan (husband and other half of Clever Kombucha) and I go back to Canada...

Grow your own strawberry window garden

Grow your own strawberry window garden

This month we’re celebrating Organic September in connection with the Soil Association. Combined with Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight, we’d say it’s the the perfect time of year to think about flexing your green fingers at home and growing some tasty treats. There’s...

North Ayrshire’s Producers Shine at The Scottish Open

North Ayrshire’s Producers Shine at The Scottish Open

Scotland Food & Drink (SF&D) were delighted to work with North Ayrshire Council on a series of producer tastings, showcasing the best of Scotland’s larder on the #madeinayrshire marquee at The Scottish Open. Working with the council and the producers,...

A Chat With No.10 Bar & Restaurant

A Chat With No.10 Bar & Restaurant

No.10 Bar & Restaurant in Aberdeen is steeped in history and the granite building itself dates back to 1877. They recently picked up the gong for ‘Best Informal Eating Experience’ at the Scottish Thistle Awards national final. Here we chat with Alan Aitken...

Last Chance to Enter the 2017 SF&D Excellence Awards

Last Chance to Enter the 2017 SF&D Excellence Awards

The Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards recognise innovation, enterprise and quality anti herpes medication within Scotland’s largest industry. Open to entries from the smallest of businesses, right through to large international distributors, the...

The Scottish Enterprise Rural Leadership Programme

The Scottish Enterprise Rural Leadership Programme

The Scottish Enterprise Rural Leadership Programme has now been running for 10 years and targets business leaders and key influencers from across Scottish Enterprise’s rural areas. By the end of March 2017, 450 people will have taken part in the programme from sectors...