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Monday, October 26, 2020
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shopper in fruit aisle

Health is proving popular

Consumers are increasingly seeking out healthier options according to new research from the Food & Drink Federation (FDF) Scotland.
Healthy Living Programme director Kathryn Neil at the Welby Loyalty Card launch.

Big push for healthy living

The Healthy Living Programme is rolling out a raft of new resources for retailers this autumn.

Spuds going strong

SCOTTISH produce is having a great year according to Scottish spud specialist Albert Bartlett

Local firms get a helping hand

New route to market for producers

Big spend pays off for biscuit firm

Independent biscuit maker Border Biscuits has invested £1m in its Lanark manufacturing plant

WooHa overhaul

Scottish craft brewery WooHa has rolled out a full range revamp as part of a £1.5 million investment plan for the brand

Clean living at Tennent’s

Tennent Caledonian has installed a new carbon capture facility at its Glasgow brewery

A spirited discussion

Neil Boyd, UK managing director at Edinburgh Gin sees opportunities in convenience stores

Passion for the national drink

Glenfiddich’s Mark Thomson talks Scotch

Squeezing onto shelf

Some fruit flavour has found its way into the Boë gin range in the shape of a new apple and lime variant

Spending big to fight coronavirus

Venison supplier Highland Game has announced a £150,000 investment package aimed at making its Dundee base coronavirus safe

Quality that’s close to home

SF&D fortnight has a local focus for 2020

New gin is a wild thing

Whyte & Mackay has expanded its gin portfolio with the launch of a zesty new variant to its Wildcat Gin range

International flavours at Baxters

BAXTERS has expanded its ambient offer with the launch of a new plant-based range

Plant-based performance

Wall’s highlights growth in meat alternatives

Snack brand is making waves

Salt and vinegar variant lands on shelf