They’ve been having a whale of a time in Fortrose recently.
A diet that can avoid premature death and safeguard the Earth at the same time sounds too good to be true – but that’s exactly what experts are saying is possible with the ‘planetary health diet’.
A TV apprentice guru and a chocolate entrepreneur have been announced as the first two speakers at a prestigious annual business conference.
Young Scots campaigning against food poverty are taking their case to Westminster, as a new report revealed a quarter of children who do not receive free school meals sometimes go without lunch because of a lack of cash.
It’s January, so chances are you’re taking a long hard look at your diet and trying to make it as healthy as possible. However, there’s one thing you’re probably not paying enough attention to – and that’s fibre.
Banning shops from having promotional offers on unhealthy food in a bid to tackle obesity “is a bizarre and contradictory public health policy”, the Scottish Government has been told.
Jersey has always had a good, if not great, gastro reputation. Your gastric juices automatically start getting loud and difficult to mask when the Channel island is mentioned. It is probably the best place to eat in the British Isles.
Supermarkets should have dedicated shelves and aisles for goods created in their local area, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Former Waitrose Food magazine editor William Sitwell, who stepped down after controversially joking about “killing vegans”, has been hired as a restaurant critic for the Daily Telegraph.
Mulligatawny soup is a Colonial dish, one that has its roots in the heat of India and adapted to suit British tastebuds.
Food journalist Sheila Dillon has spoken of her concerns over the impact Brexit will have on food in Britain, saying she is “scared” it will “end with us having a free trade deal with the US”.
A Lossiemouth mechanic has revealed how the idea for his fast-growing business came to him in a dream.
Prisoners at jails in Peterhead and Inverness will be tucking into multiple festive meals during the next few days.
Children from low-income families will have access to healthy food during the Christmas school holidays thanks to £100,000 from the Scottish Government.
Ministers do not see value in establishing a new body to oversee the drive to make Scotland a good food nation, according to a fresh publication.
The north-east food and drink sector is bracing itself for a hit in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
How about this for a menu of the day?
Vegans have warned public-sector organisations could be taken to court unless more is done to provide plant-based options.
The leader of Moray Council has hit out at the region's MP for what he has called "outrageously false claims" that the authority sourced just 16 percent of its food for school meals from Scotland.
A Cullen cafe owner has become a unique world champion.
Scotland’s food standards watchdog has launched a consultation on how to make the food people consume while eating out healthier.
Roasted crickets are now on the menu at Sainsbury’s as it becomes the first UK supermarket to stock edible insects.
Less than a fifth of food served in schools is from Scotland, according to new figures.
Inflation was unchanged in October as higher prices for utilities and petrol were offset by a slide in food and clothing costs.
The owner of Italian restaurants Zizzi and ASK has revealed a year of strong sales growth as it eyes expansion plans but said its profits were flat after absorbing higher costs.
A group of volunteers who sell excess fruit and vegetables grown locally have revealed plans to open Aberdeen's only dedicated greengrocer.
Sainsbury’s has added to fears over lacklustre consumer spending in the run up to Christmas, as it warned over an uncertain outlook amid “unprecedented times”.
Supermarket Sainsbury’s has cautioned over an “uncertain” consumer outlook and highly competitive market ahead of Christmas, as it posted a 20% rise in half-year profits.
Every weekend, I travel around the north-east of Scotland following the fortunes of my footballing son. Saturday morning is for school matches, and Sunday sees me cheering on his club team.
Scotland’s natural larder is the envy of the world, thanks to our lush, fertile land, innovation and high production standards.
Meet The Menu’s new regular chef columnist, David Littlewood, chef proprietor at The Tor Na Coille hotel in Banchory and Kildrummy Inn near Alford.
A festival celebrating the best the Highlands has to offer in the way of Gaelic culture, music, dance and food has opened across the region.