Riverside Inverclyde (ri) launched its plans for Taste Inverclyde, a platform built to promote independent restaurants, cafés, bars, food and drink production and food tourism across Inverclyde, on Tuesday 28 November.
Held at the iconic Custom House in Greenock, the event was co-hosted with Scotland Food and Drink, the membership organisation tasked with driving responsible growth in the sector through collaborative partnership.
Developed by Inverclyde’s regeneration company – Riverside Inverclyde (ri) – Taste Inverclyde has been designed to help support and highlight the Inverclyde food and drink offering for tourists and residents, aimed at helping to promote the fantastic local eateries and produce that they sell. Taste Inverclyde will showcase independent restaurants, cafés and bars and in time will include hotels, street food and manufacturers. Taste Inverclyde is aiming to become the go-to platform for Inverclyde food and drink over the next 12 months, with the aim is to promote and support food tourism across Inverclyde.Read more →