Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards

We are really excited to announce that we are into the finals of the Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards for the ‘Primary Producer of the Year’.  More food and drink businesses than ever have entered this year’s awards. Scotland Food and Drink outline that these awards recognise businesses and individuals in Scotland who are leading the way with innovation, enterprise and quality.

James Withers, Chief Executive of Scotland Food & Drink, said:

“This year there were some really competitively fought categories and our panel of expert judges have had the hard task creating a shortlist from over 270 entries. “

It is such a great feeling to get this far but none of this is possible without the support of our wonderful customers throughout the years.  Through their support we have been able to fully concentrate on delivering premium quality.  It is just what we love to do most.

Read more about the awards here


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Craig Michie

Based at Lochend of Barra, Inverurie, Craig Michie left a job as a town planner in 2009 and travelled around South America where he met his Columbian wife Maria. The couple returned to Scotland and the century-old family farm to create Barra Bronzes which was named winner in the ‘Judge’s Choice category, runner-up for ‘Best New Retail Product (businesses with up to 25 employees),’ and was named as highly commended in the ‘Best Young Business’ category at the Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards 2016. In 2021, Craig won the UK Poultry Farmer of the Year award.

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