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No comfort food as sales slump

THE brutal market conditions in Scottish food and drink retailing have continued into the autumn. According to the latest Scottish Retail Consortium/KPMG Retail Sales...
New times for whisky

New times for whisky – Product analysis

IT might be seen as ironic that the most successful Scottish food and drink sector, whisky, isn’t the overwhelming spirit of choice in its...
Nevis Bakery, now baking for home and overseas markets.

Climbing worldwide – Nevis Bakery on the rise

RUNNING a food manufacturing business might sometimes feel like having a metaphorical mountain to climb. But if the team at the Nevis Bakery ever...
Scottish food and drink fortnight

Scottish food and drink fortnight

Scottish food and drink has been highlighted as a potential powerhouse industrial sector for the nation’s future. Next month we all have a chance...

Don’t give risk a bad rap says SWA – Mentoring Programme

TRAINING and mentoring will play a major role in Scottish Wholesale Association activity over the next year, the organisation’s annual conference was told last...

Horsemeat probe boss named

PROFESSOR Chris Elliott, a food security expert based in Belfast, will lead the independent inquiry into the horsemeat scandal. Elliot heads the Queen’s Institute...
The new food labelling system, currently being introduced on a voluntary basis, merges traffic-light style at-a-glance nutritional info with data currently handled by guideline daily amount tables.

Will labels light the healthy way?

A new food nutrition information system is ready to go live. But not every brand thinks it takes the biscuit. AFTER years of discussion and...