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Food from Fife: bringing together food and drink in Fife

From top restaurants to neighbourhood cafes; resort hotels to B&B’s; artisan producers to large-scale manufacturers; markets to festivals; and everything in between: Food from Fife brings together food and drink in the region.

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Food from Fife is a membership organisation supported by Fife Council. It’s a way of bringing together one of the region’s most exciting and important industries with the aim of supporting it and growing the sector. As a Food From Fife member, you will have the opportunity to shape developments, meet and share experiences of other local businesses, get access to insights, training, marketing and trading opportunities and much more.

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Latest News

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22nd November 2021

Scotland The Bread Launches Funding Bid to Support Community Bread Projects

Scotland The Bread - an innovative social business working to grow better grain and bake better bread with the common purposes of nourishment, sustainability and food sovereignty - is today…
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29th October 2021

Exciting café opportunities to help bring visitors back to museums and galleries

  OnFife is inviting tenders for its café concessions at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries (DCL&G) and St Andrews Museum. Sector research shows that visitors’ attitudes and behaviours have changed…
OnFife Caterer News
25th October 2021

OnFife Contracts for St Andrews Museum and DCL&G Café Now Open

  Fife Catering Trust have opened their applications for two new café catering contracts. Businesses can apply for two different sites, the St. Andrew’s Museum and the Dunfermline Carnegie Library…

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