Five businesses will represent the region at one of the UK’s biggest food and drink trade shows, with support from Food from Fife and Fife Council’s Trade Development programme.
The Speciality & Fine Food Fair takes place at London’s Olympia from 2nd to 4th September, attracting an audience of more than 9,000 with food and drink buyers looking to source the latest in speciality, artisan and fine food and drink, alongside decision makers from retail, hospitality and distribution.
Businesses from Fife attending with the support of Food from Fife and Fife Council’s Trade Development programme comprise:
Will Docker, chair of Food from Fife said: “I’m delighted to be able to support these businesses as they take their world-class produce to a wider market. It’s heartening to see them capitalising on their membership of Food from Fife like this. By working with us in this way, these businesses are not just shining a light on their own produce but are acting as ambassadors for Fife’s thriving food and drink industry.”
Kecia McDougall from The Tayport Distillery said: “As a newly launched business, the guidance I received from Food from Fife was invaluable. Food from Fife brings together businesses all keen to help one another succeed. The funding provided by the organisation has helped us to attend exhibitions and seminars that would have been inaccessible to us as a new business. These opportunities have helped to widen our horizons enabling us to plan and improve business strategy for the future.”
Food from Fife is a not for profit company that was established in 2010 to help the diverse local food and tourism businesses work better together to grow the overall industry in Fife.
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