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Food from Fife: bringing together food and drink in Fife

From top restaurants to neighbourhood cafes; resort hotels to B&B’s; artisan producers to large-scale manufacturers; markets to festivals; and everything in between: Food from Fife brings together food and drink in the region.

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Food from Fife is a membership organisation supported by Fife Council. It’s a way of bringing together one of the region’s most exciting and important industries with the aim of supporting it and growing the sector. As a Food From Fife member, you will have the opportunity to shape developments, meet and share experiences of other local businesses, get access to insights, training, marketing and trading opportunities and much more.

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Latest News

30th June 2021

Innovative Bowhouse Link service generates £139k for local economy

Bowhouse food hub’s Bowhouse Link service has generated sales of local produce of more than £139k since it launched in April 2020 in a move that has ploughed money back…
30th June 2021

Access to free research and insights from The Knowledge Bank delivered by the Scotland Food & Drink Partnership

Insights and market intelligence will be key to helping food and drink businesses build resilience, grow sustainably and differentiate their offering in the global marketplace. Understanding the opportunities that are…
24th June 2021

Fife food & drink businesses look forward to revival of face-to-face exhibitions & events

InvestFife, home to Fife Council Economic Development’s range of business support services, is gearing up ready for a busy 2022 of exhibitions and events, as it assists businesses to market…

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