Leading figures in the Scottish farming, food and drink industries have warned that a no deal Brexit would cost the sector £2billion in lost sales each year.
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Young people working in Scotland’s food and drink sector are being urged to submit nominations for a new award recognising talent and dedication.
One of the world’s leading experts on food safety has warned Scottish food and drink producers that their industry is vulnerable to fraud.
The Scottish Government is making £250,000 available to promote locally produced food and drink.
Trade association Scotland Food and Drink is to work with groups around the country on an action plan to increase consumption of locally sourced produce.
Two drinks industry bodies have joined forces to better protect “authentic” Scottish whiskies.
Scottish salmon exports have soared during 2017 according to the latest figures released today.
An initiative combining the best of Scotland's produce from land and sea in a classic culinary combination has been launched by two of Scotland’s largest food organisations.
A fish processing industry leader involved in one of the biggest corporate transactions in Scotland in recent years won an award last night at an annual food and drink awards event.
Scottish producers sold more than £1billion-worth of food and drink to Asia last year, according to newly released figures.
Scottish farmers and crofters are overly reliant on direct subsidy support and ill-prepared for how radical change will be following Brexit.
Leading businesses and organisations in Scotland’s aquaculture industry have joined forces to create an ambitious growth strategy.
Glitzy Macau – renowned as the world’s gambling mecca – has hosted a showcase of the finest Scottish meat and seafood under a pioneering partnership between Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) and Seafood Scotland.
When the boat comes in: more to be done to increase sales of Scottish seafood in the domestic market
Seafood has been hailed as one of Scotland’s most-impressive export success stories. Two-thirds of the world’s langoustine are caught in Scottish waters, while exports of salmon hit an all-time high in 2014 of just shy of £500million.
Scottish salmon raked in £500million in overseas sales for the first time in 2014 as it leapt to the top of the UK food export league.
Fast growing food and drink firms in Scotland could create up to 10,000 jobs in the next five years as the sector remains on track to double exports, a new report has found.
Two west Highland firms are targeting the world's biggest market for new sales,