Tuesday, October 15, 2019
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Paloma Faith Boe Gin

Having Faith in local gin

Singer Paloma Faith has teamed up with Boë Gin for the Stirling-based brand’s latest marketing campaign.
Hamlyns Oatmeal

A dinky little oatmeal pack

Scottish porridge brand Hamlyns has extended its range with the launch of a new pack format that could fit neatly into home baking.
Barrs Irn Bru

Soft and Scottish

SCOTTISH shoppers love local and they’re loyal to the brands from home. That’s the view of Adrian Troy, marketing director at AG Barr.
Michael Ballantyne UWA Tequila

Intoxicating new spirits

Scotland's first tequila company has unveiled a new range and a UK distribution deal, as it targets a wider audience.
Distell’s Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair

International praise for island drams

Scotch whisky has won big at an awards ceremony in Singapore.
Mara Seaweed flakes

Scots producer is worth its salt

A Scottish seaweed brand has been selected to join Tesco’s Incubator programme which has supported a number of successful brands since its launch in 2017.
Lagg Distillery Isle of Arran

Second distillery opens on Arran

Almost 25 years since it was founded, the Isle of Arran Distillery has opened its second distillery on the island.
Kilombero Rice

Paisley wholesaler is most ethical

Paisley-based fair trade wholesaler Just Trading Scotland & their farmer suppliers in northern Malawi have had cause to celebrate, after being crowned ‘most ethical rice’ by Ethical Consumer magazine.
Highland Spring Sparkling new packaging design

A sparkling new bottle

Scottish bottled water brand Highland Spring has given its sparkling range a packaging refresh.
Tennent's Apprentice Jay Fraser

Brewing up a positive future

A new brewing apprenticeship is set to encourage young people in Scotland to join the industry.
Salmon

Caledonia in convenience

Most nations like to boast about the quality of their produce, but there are few that can compete with Scotland when it comes to quality.
Border biscuits

Less plastic, still fantastic

Lanark-based Border Biscuits has removed 90% of the plastic from its packaging in a bid to improve its environmental credentials.
Sunny-D-No-added-Sugar

Health really is hitting mark

Figures show shift to low and no
rowan-glen-yogurts

Facelift was a big success

Rowan Glen says revamp is getting results

MacB gets makeover

Aberdeenshire-based water brand MacB will have a new look from May .

Bidding for a better diet

Foodservice provider on a health kick .

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