Fife companies prepare for Scottish event to showcase culinary specialties
The ‘Tastes of Fife’ showcase will feature Kirkcaldy-based Ecobean Coffee Roasters and Grain And Sustain, which have recently expanded from Burntisland to Lang Toun.
The companies will be part of an exhibition stand run by the Fife Council’s Economic Development Business Development Program, which aims to support food and beverage companies.
The show has proven to be successful for the region in previous years, and companies are excited to promote their products face-to-face and make new contacts once again.
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The Dozen Heading West also includes The Little Herb Farm, including The Whiskey Sauce Co, Rumburra, Bplasticfree, The Roasting Project, Pittenweem Preserves, The Wee Tea Company, Grain and Sustain, Ecobean Coffee Roasters, the all new. East Neuk Salt based in St Monans. Company, Almaz Foods and Growers Garden.
Kecia McDougall, Director of Tayport Distillery, said: “The Business Development Program has supported us throughout our journey as a small business.
“It provided access to market opportunities and events that would not have been possible otherwise. With such a difficult year behind us, we look forward to being part of the “Tastes of Fife” showcase and promoting our products directly to visitors.
Ann Camus, Director of Enterprise and Business Development at Fife Council, said the fair was a “valuable asset” for attendees from the region.
She added: “Brand awareness, product presentation and taste testing is an important selling vehicle for the food and beverage industry, making Scotland’s Specialty Food Show a valuable event for food and beverage companies. Fife.
“After talking to some of our participating companies, they look forward to this event as it will give them the opportunity to collaborate, promote and create new business leads. “
“Our business development program is proving to be an important resource for local businesses across all industries, in terms of supporting participation in major events and exhibitions.
We’re getting ready for the show in January, as well as for offshore Europe in February, and just returned from a learning trip to Subcon.
“Companies are getting involved, because there is a real need to come back, to promote their business, their products and their services face to face. “