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QMS has launched a series of new look infographics highlighting the Scottish red meat industry’s positive credentials relating to animal welfare, sustainability and nutrition.

Celebrity chefs The Hairy Bikers are set to headline the north-east’s Taste of Grampian festival. TV duo Si King and Dave Myers were scheduled to appear at this year’s food and drink event, along with fellow celebrity chef James Martin. However, due to the coronavirus crisis, the three stars have now been confirmed for Taste of Grampian 2021 instead.

 

The first phase of a GB-wide campaign encouraging consumers to ‘Make it’ with lamb has launched this month.

John Scott Meat has purchased the shareholding of A P Jess Ltd in Sandyford Abattoir (Paisley) Ltd and the assets and goodwill of A P Jess Paisley. 

The second year of a campaign by the British levy bodies has succeeded in reaching 17 million people, helping to bring a more balanced perspective to public discussion around the health properties of red meat.

Kids are being encouraged to get cooking this summer as The Scotch Kitchen, run by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), launches a free digital resource for the holidays.

Scottish calf registration data from the first third of 2020 shows significant growth of 5% over the same period of 2019, according to the latest market commentary from Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).

 

A young farmer from Aberdeenshire has picked up a top prize after winning Quality Meat Scotland’s ‘Farm Kid Diaries’ competition.

A young farmer from Aberdeenshire has picked up a top prize after winning Quality Meat Scotland’s ‘Farm Kid Diaries’ competition.

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