Be part the nation’s biggest food and drink celebration.
The annual celebration of Scotland’s food and drink sector is currently underway, lasting until 15 September. It highlights the fantastic people and products that make this industry so special.
Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight is celebrating its 10th anniversary. It's not too late to join in:
- Engage your chef to demonstrate how your sector’s excellent products/ingredients can be used and where people can buy them
- Highlight the fantastic suppliers you work with
- Tell your food & drink story on social media using #scotfoodfort19 and @scotfooddrink
And that's just a few. Take a look at the website for more inspiration.
The fortnight aims to encourage more people than ever to buy, eat and promote Scottish food and drink. That way, it’ll further fuel the demand for local produce, ensure that our businesses, of all shapes and sizes, continue to thrive and, together, build an even stronger food and drink economy and reputation.
Scotland Food & Drink | Ambition 2030
Take a look at the excellent work of Scotland Food & Drink – the only food and drink body in the world which facilitates and enables government and industry to work side by side. Earlier this year it launched its vision for 2030.
Ambition 2030 establishes a vision to cement food and drink as Scotland’s most valuable industry, with the opportunity to more than double turnover in the sector to reach £30 billion by 2030. Read more.
Hear from our Industry Development Manager
As we mark 10 years of Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight it’s important that we celebrate just how far we've come in our gastronomic story. Our Industry Development Manager Janie Neumann takes a look at Scotland's food and drink story and the changing visitor expectations within her latest blog. Read it now.
Taste Our Best
Taste Our Best is an accreditation scheme we run which celebrates businesses who serve up locally sourced, quality food and drink. Of course, there’s no shortage of incredible dishes, drinks and produce on offer wherever you are in the country – more than 1,000 businesses are already part of the scheme after all. Are you?