September 28, 2022

Buffalo Farm joins Fife businesses at Scottish Food & Drink Show

Sixteen food and drink companies from across the Kingdom are preparing to make the trip to SEC Glasgow for the three-day show which runs from March 27-29.

Twelve businesses will join the showcase at the ‘Tastes of Fife’ exhibition, which is supported by the Fife Council’s business development program for economic development.

The other four companies – Feragaia, Modern Standard Coffee, The Cress Co and ESC Packaging – host booths in other exhibition areas.

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Steve Mitchell at The Buffalo Farm (Photo: Angus Blackburn)

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Steve Mitchell, Owner of The Buffalo Farm, said: “We are delighted to be attending the Scotland Food Show for the first time and showcasing our delicious Scottish Buffalo Mozzarella and Buffalo Milk Ice Cream.

“After years of dreaming, it will be great to finally allow our products to speak; I have a mixture of nervousness and excitement upon receiving the answer.

Also joining the ‘Tastes of Fife’ display area is The Little Herb Farm (including The Whiskey Sauce Co), Rumburra, Tayport Distillery, The Roasting Project, Pittenweem Preserves, The Wee Tea Company, Grain and Sustain, Ecobean Coffee Roasters , East Neuk Salt Company, Almaz Foods and Growers Garden.

Pamela Stevenson, Head of Services, Economic Development, Business and Employability at Fife Council, added: “Fife businesses are delighted to be able to attend again and promote their products face to face to create and develop new contacts. .

“As we start to see the emergence of more face-to-face events, companies are eager to come back, promote their businesses, products and services.”

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