Skip to main content
Visit Scotland | Alba

Help shape the future of business support on Giving feedback through our short survey only takes a few minutes.

Article published 22/08/2023

Scotland's food and drink celebration

Every September, Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight celebrates the people, products and places that are championing our industry.

Scotland Food & Drink is celebrating producers, manufacturers, retailers, foodservice, hospitality, regional food groups and ambassadors.    

Our nation’s larder is one of the most diverse in the world. Although we don’t mean to, it’s easy to forget that the products we enjoy day-to-day, or during special occasions, are brought to us by hardworking people operating right under our noses.

Read more on the Scotland Food & Drink website.

Discover what’s on your doorstep

‘Discover what’s on your doorstep’ is the theme for Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight 2023.

This year the focus is on encouraging the country to discover the incredible produce from their regions and the businesses across Scotland that are stocked in everywhere from shops, restaurants, cafes and bars to delis and markets.

Scotland Food & Drink is working closely with Regional Food Groups and Regional Food Ambassadors to promote a line up of fantastic regional events, as well as spotlighting retailers of all sizes who are championing the supply of Scottish produce on our shelves.

Food and drink graphic

Get advice from the toolkit

If you work in or with the industry, take a look at these toolkits to see how you can get involved in the nation’s biggest food and drink celebration. 

These toolkits offer some initial ideas for how to get involved, and how the team at Scotland Food & Drink can help:

Retailer toolkit

Makers, growers, Chefs and business toolkit

Why get involved?


of Scots buy local produce and support local economies


of Scots shoppers believe that Scottish produce is better quality than other options


of Scots are willing to pay more for Scottish produce


of Scots want to be made aware of new or less well-known Scottish produce

Related links