This scheme can provide support grant to suppliers and producers to contribute to the government’s overall vision for food and drink in Scotland, which is to be a Good Food Nation, where it is second nature to produce, buy, serve and eat fresh, healthy food.
If you have read my blog before you’ll know that I am Glasgow based. If you are a hardcore fan of my blog (I joke) and have read the about me page, you’ll know that originally I am a Highlander. City life is relatively new to me. Therefore, it is no surprise that from time to time I like to head out of the city and see what is going on on the outskirts of Glasgow. With this in mind, when the owners of ‘One Cove Road,’ which is based in Gourock, invited me along to try out their new menu how could I say no? Read more →
A GREENOCK man has been crowned Young Seafood Chef of the year.
Jamie Cracknell and his partner Sagar Massey battled it out against eight other teams to produce a three-course meal using sustainably sourced seafood at a national competition hosted by the Grimsby Institute. Read more →
In March 2018, it was announced that there was to be a new £250,000 fund for collaborative food and drink projects in Scotland. We would like to let you know that applications are now OPEN for small grants of up to £5,000.
The winners of Scottish EDGE Round 12 have been announced with one of Inverclyde’s newest businesses, The Start-Up Drinks Lab taking home a cheque for £75,000.
Each of the winners take home up to a six-figure share of the £1million prize pot and will receive an all-encompassing package of support from Scottish EDGE’s partner organisations to help them fast-track and grow their business.
Greenock taste buds will be spoiled for choice as the locally-loved Fenwick 47 launch their new menu.
The restaurant and bar’s modern approach along with their eclectic and innovative use of freshly-produced food continues to attract visitors from around the area. Step inside Fenwick 47 and you will quickly feel relaxed in the informal and casual atmosphere. Read more →