Fife Council is supporting Fife businesses to exhibit at the Country Living Fair at the SEC, Glasgow on 21 to 24 November.


If you are planning to attend the show, make sure you visit stand C26 where businesses such as Freedom Unlimited (Dalgety Bay), Scogli (Burntisland), Tayport Distillery (Tayport) and the writer and food ambassador Christopher Trotter will be exhibiting.


Also exhibiting will be House of Bluebell (Auchtertool), The Wee Tea Company (Dunfermline), Wemyss Malts (Kingsbarns) and the award-winning Eden Mill in St Andrews.


Gordon Mole, Interim Chief Officer, Business and Employability at Fife Council said: ” The Food and Drink Sector has been identified as a key priority for Fife and the Council has committed to resource its development.  Fife has world-class innovative producers and we are committed to supporting them access new markets and attract new customers.  Using the Trade Development Programme to assist companies to exhibit at the Country Living Show is a great example of how Fife Council works closely with businesses to support their growth plans.”


The Trade Development Programme has been developed by Fife Council to help businesses participate in, or visit, exhibitions in a wide range of industry sectors.  It organises group stands at major national events, such as this year’s Royal Highland Show.  Companies also receive a range of support services from advice and information to customised training.


The Fife business businesses attending this year’s Country Living Fair should make quite an impact on the anticipated 19,000 visitors to the show with their high-quality handcrafted items.  As they attract new customers and grow their business, Fife Council’s Economic Development team will provide them with further support and advice  to help strengthen their capacity to grow and be successful.


For more information on Fife Council’s Trade Development Programme email





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