The boss of the world’s most famous shortbread brand has said the business remains “robust” despite enduring two of the toughest years in its history as the price of its key ingredient soared.
Hundreds of anglers gathered on the banks of the River Spey yesterday in hope that its declining fortunes may soon be reversed.
Business and charity leaders from across the north-east have backed calls for a new air ambulance to be based in the region.
The bond between two iconic emblems of Scotland's food and drink industry has been cemented at a Moray awards bash.
One of the bosses of the Walkers shortbread empire has said a vote to leave the European Union could hamper his firm's success.
Some of the leading voices in Scottish farming have today joined forces to speak out in favour of the UK's continued membership of the European Union.
The SNP has been warned that the debacle over late farm payments is going to affect their election chances in the countryside.
The world’s best-known shortbread-maker yesterday blamed “downward pressure on prices”, unhelpful currency exchange rates and economic stagnancy in Europe for a fall in profits.
A supermarket price war is putting margins under pressure at Walkers Shortbread, one of the iconic food firm's bosses said yesterday.