Full information on Official Pedigree Sales, Naming Cattle, Registration, Breed Standards, Cattle Data Base and Membership.
The Blackface Sheep Breeders' Association provides information about the blackface breed of sheep covering Scotland and the north of England
Stunning restaurant situated in the heart of historic Perth serving produce sourced both locally and from fine suppliers a little further afield combined with a strong emphasis on seasonality.
An international network of small towns working to preserve their local environment by promoting less frantic lifestyles, local goods and services.
The Scotch Whisky Association promotes, protects and represents the interests of the whisky industry in Scotland and around the world.
A stylish contemporary restaurant in Gleneagles Hotel. Presentation meets the promise of flavour and to dine here is a gourmet experience not to be missed.
A movement which promotes the enjoyment and protection of locally-produced food products and regional cooking.
Let's Cook is a cookery school run by Sarah Mellersh, situated in the heart of Perthshire. One of the main aims is to provide realistic hands on classes enabling students to gain more hands on experience and confidence.
Scotland Food & Drink is an industry-led organisation with ambition to grow the value of the food and drink sector and build Scotland's reputation as a Land of Food & Drink. They help businesses to focus on the three key growth markets - premium, provenance and health.
SOPA leads the Scottish organic sector with the lion's share of organic farms certified by them. Their certification services cover animal feeds, food processing and approved products so they offer the full service to all parts of the food supply chain. They also offer pragmatic advice on organic and low-input farming systems and food supply. With 21 years of in-depth experience in Scotland's organic food sector, they focus on a viable food industry linking producers, processors and retailers in the interests of the consumer.
This restaurant located in the centre of the village of Stanley in Perthshire opened in 2006 and is reminiscent of a wee place that you would stumble across in the back streets of a village in the south of France . The restaurant seats 18 and offers local seasonal produce with complimentary wines.
At the Roost they use only Scottish ingredients and will go that extra mile to source Scottish meat and fish. Everything on their menus is made on the premises by Tim, from the bread to the ice cream, so they know exactly what goes into every item.
Since bowing out of the restaurant trade, Courtyard Aberdeen, Let’s Eat Perth, Apron Stage Stanley and others, Tony has decided to continue with his small, hands on and intimate Cook School, run from his home in Kinfauns.
The school is run on an “on demand” basis, for, from one only participant, up to a maximum of six. The emphasis is on a fun day, learning lots in an informal ambiance.
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