No other food and drink body in the world does what we do
Facilitating and enabling government and industry to work side by side is what we’ve been doing since our formation in 2007. It’s a unique relationship. In that time food and drink has grown to become one of the most successful sectors in Scotland. Today it’s worth an incredible £15 billion.
New business startups in 7 years
Food productivity up since 2007
We can do more and we will
A growing membership for growing businesses
We offer member benefits and services that are always evolving to meet your needs, as well as being there to represent the industry on current and critical issues.
Membership provides food and drink businesses of all sizes with the tools, support and opportunities they need to gain a competitive edge in challenging times.
We help drive efficiencies with distribution, energy, packaging and much more.
We help you keep an eye on the competition and on the health of the industry.
Your dedicated business development manager provides support that’s right for you.
We help you save money on legal, marketing, PR and a host of other essentials.
We organise year-round opportunities to interact and engage with new customers and contacts.
We give you the key to unlock new markets, diversification and accelerated growth.
Join a growing community
Industry news and views
Get the latest news, views and updates from Scotland Food & Drink, and from all across the food and drink industry.
Edinburgh Food Hall Bonnie & Wild has announced plans for a series of innovative collaborations with small and start-up businesses, kicking off with the launch of a new pop-up restaurant this weekend.
Tomatin’s 36 Year Old single malt has been named ‘Best in Show’ in the whisky category at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC) 2023, officially making it one of the best whiskies in the world.