Countdown to enter Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards

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Food and drink producers hoping to be recognised at Scotland’s most prestigious celebration of the industry have just weeks left to enter as entries close on February 14.

The Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards not only recognise the highest quality produce Scotland has to offer, but also commends the people, companies and suppliers that contribute to one of the country’s most important and valuable industries.

All Scottish food and drink companies whose products are wholly or mainly produced, processed and packaged in Scotland are encouraged to enter, regardless of size.

Products submitted for the Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards will be judged by experts and buyers from food service and retailers.

Entrants will be whittled down to a shortlist, to be announced in April, before the ultimate winners are announced at a gala dinner and awards ceremony on May 21.

Cameron Brown, managing director at Loch Fyne Oysters, said: ‘The Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards are a fantastic opportunity to showcase the best produce in Scotland’s larder and what makes us a global leader in the fine food and drink industry.

‘Last year, we were over the moon to take home the prestigious Product of the Year accolade for our exquisite Kinglas Fillet in what was the third consecutive year that our seafood was recognised as the best in Scotland.’

The 2020 Excellence Awards are supported by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) and headline sponsor ASDA.

To enter the Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards, please visit: http://excellenceawards.foodanddrink.scot