Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight 2014
6th - 21st September 2014

Welcome

Thank you to everyone who was involved in Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight 2013! A celebration of the best that Scotland's vibrant larder has to offer, the Fortnight has grown every year as more people across the country get involved, and this year was no exception. 322 events took place between the 6th - 22nd September, from foraging to farmers' markets, cooking demos to debates.

Let's make 2014's Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight even bigger and more delicious! It will run from the 6th - 21st September: that's 14 more days of the very best of Scottish produce, with something for everyone to get involved in, whether in your home town, your holiday destination or your business.

If you ran an event this year, and would like to send us some feedback and let us know how we can help support your event in 2014, we've created a short survey that will take just a few minutes to complete.

The Fortnight, managed by Scotland Food & Drink, is for everyone who wants to share in the success of this country's produce, whether you grow, sell, cook, make or simply eat and appreciate it. Until the 6th September next year - don't forget to Eat Scottish!

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Dundee Flower and Food Festival - 06-09-2013
The Dundee Flower & Food Festival is the region's top lifestyle event, taking place over 3 days. The Festival offers the best in food, horticulture and live entertainment, with a packed weekend programme including free cookery and gardening demonstrations, children's activities, a craft fair, live music and guests..Click here to view event

Motor Mania + Cairngorms Farmers Market - 02-09-2012
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Huntly Hairst: Festival of Food and Farming - 03-09-2011
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