Food from Argyll heads to food show

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Six Argyll food producers are heading to Glasgow this month to represent Food from Argyll at Scotland’s Speciality Food Show aiming to attract new trade customers and raise awareness of the range of high quality artisanal food products available in Argyll.

All the producers attending have set up businesses within the past few years and come from throughout the region. Their products showcase a range of traditional and innovative products.

Food from Argyll now boasts several coffee roasters and two of them (Argyll Coffee Roasters from Tighnabruaich and Hinba from Seil) will be attending the show along with a new cheese made from Bute milk (Largie), ice-cream from Highland cows at Barcaldine (Highland Fold Ice Cream), a range of gins from Beinn An Tuirc distillers based in Carradale and newly developed ready meals and pies from Shellfield farm, Glendaruel, using their home produced lamb grazing around the Kyles of Bute.

Scotland’s Speciality Food Show is at the SEC from January 19 to 21.