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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Food & Drink

Food & farming at the heart of the 155th Turriff Show

The Turriff Show, which runs on 4-5 August, is the biggest two-day agricultural show in Scotland, attracting around 23,000 people, including those involved in farming as well as many people not involved in farming who enjoy the...

Former NE haulage firm boss invests in Aberdeen restaurant bar

The former director of a north-east haulage firm has bought a west end Aberdeen restaurant and bar in a six-figure deal. Eddie Anderson, who retired from ARR Craib in March after selling the logistics...

SoilEssentials Ltd to showcase Tuberzone Tattie Tech for potato growers

CALLED Tuberzone, this new-to-the-market innovation cleverly tracks and predicts crop yield and tuber size throughout the season helping growers to calculate the optimum time for desiccation, and thus maximising the peak value of seed and salad crops.

An idiot’s guide to claiming R&D tax credits

In the current economic climate, it’s still surprising that more businesses don’t explore all of the tax incentives available to help lighten the burden by either reducing tax payable and or if applicable, securing a tax repayment. If you are...

An idiot’s guide to claiming R&D tax credits

In the current economic climate, it’s still surprising that more businesses don’t explore all of the tax incentives available to help lighten the burden by either reducing tax payable and or if applicable, securing a tax repayment. If you are...

Aberdeen bartender proves to be best in UK

Nick Gordon from Aberdeen bar, Orchid, has once again proved himself as having the best bartending skills in the UK, beating bartenders from all corners of the UK to win Monkey Shoulder’s 2019 Ultimate Bartender Championship title.

Local businesses urged to think green and reduce environmental impact

Aberdeen Inspired is urging local businesses to sign up to a food waste initiative in the city centre. The Business Improvement District is working with Keenan Recycling and EIS Waste Services to provide a...

Scottish BeerTech company EBar launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Aberdeen based beer technology company EBar has launched a £175,000 crowdfunding campaign. The funds will be used to refine and build the firm’s automated bar kiosk that enables thirsty fans to skip the queues...

Aberdeenshire gin wins at world spirits competition

A premium gin from Aberdeenshire has won a Gold Medal at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition, considered one of the most influential spirits contests in the world. HRAFN GIN ‘Thought & Memory’,...

Gin distilled with Scottish-grown tea leaves to be launched

The world’s first gin to be distilled with Scottish tea, using the leaves of tea plants grown and nurtured in Scotland, is to be launched this summer. The Teasmith Grower’s Edition, Broich Single Estate...
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