As consumer demand for healthier meat options continues to soar, Highland Game has launched Wild Venison Fillet (RSP £5, 170g). Available in Tesco stores, the
Important updateWe have seen the significant impact coronavirus (Covid-19) is having across the world and whilst we remain totally committed to supporting the food and drink industry in Scotland during these extraordinary times, we have taken the very difficult decision to postpone the judging of The Scottish Retail Food and Drink Awards until January 2021. We will continue to keep the industry updated via our web site and social media channels as the situation continues to develop. The Awards presentations will now take place in March 2021.
A new survey commissioned by Weetabix has found that almost a third of UK consumers admit the Covid-19 pandemic has made them realise how important
Spar Scotland has lent its support to the forthcoming Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight, which runs from 5 until 20 September 2020. All Spar stores
The Scottish food and drink industry is worth around £14bn a year and is one of the most significant contributors to Scotland’s economy.
The industry accounts for one in five manufacturing jobs with more than 18,850 food and drink businesses operating in Scotland, employing more than 115,400 people.
The sector has been identified by the Scottish Government as a key growth sector in its Economic Strategy.
The Scottish Retail Food & Drink Awards intend to recognise and reward the outstanding branded and own label food and drink products available for sale in Scottish retail outlets, from the smallest farm shop or deli through Scotland’s 5,000 convenience and symbol stores to the largest supermarkets and discounters.
As Scottish consumers become increasingly interested in the quality and provenance of their food and drink this represents a hugely exciting opportunity to shine a light on the fantastic quality of products available across the entire Scottish retailing channel.