The founding of the royal burghs in the 12th century changed how food was regulated. Bread, meat, drink and imports were strictly monitored and prices were set by burgh courts.
800 PEOPLE TAKE ACTION FOR GOOD FOOD LAW The Scottish Food Coalition Press Release, Wednesday 23 May 2018 Campaigners will bring … More
Is Scottish food just haggis, whiskey, neeps and tatties, fried Mars bars and Irn Bru? Each month food history enthusiast Sarah Gowanlock will be uncovering the real taste of Scotland by exploring it’s rich food history, from the Stone Age to today.
In a time when the majority of our food is imported, this series will allow you to take a closer look at how earlier Scots fed themselves and discover why oats were so important, what bog butter and guga is, how the food system changed after World War II and much more.
Meet the group of young people aged 18-35 who have been selected to represent the future of food in Scotland at Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2018!
Join us on Wed 23 May 2018 from 6:30pm at the Centre for Contemporary Arts for another food-focused film-screening as part … More
The big vision for a Zero Waste Edinburgh kickstarted with a festival dedicated to ending waste. Edinburgh, Wednesday 7th March … More
Federico is a long-term member of SFYN Scotland and co-ordinates a number of our Glasgow events, particularly at the CCA. This … More
Slow Food International challenge you and your friends to put only local, seasonal food on their tables for three weeks … More
Way back at the start of November we, at SFYNS, hosted our final #WhatTheFood event of 2016 – exploring all … More
At Terra Madre Salone de Gusto this year a total of 130 countries were represented by over 7,000 thousand delegates and … More