Four farmers have been unveiled today (Friday June 21st) as among the “faces” of Quality Meat Scotland’s new “Meat With Integrity” campaign, which launches next month.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon met three of the farmers – Hazel McNee from Tealing, Joyce Campbell from Sutherland and Fraser Shaw from Lockerbie – at the QMS stand at the Royal Highland Show.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) remains totally focused on supporting the Scottish red meat industry during this period of continued political uncertainty and unprecedented challenge on many fronts.
Four teams of young farmers from across Scotland have earned a place in the finals of a national cooking competition after seeing off competition from the rest of the country.
Two Scotland rugby stars are set to compete in an oriental cook-off hosted by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) at the 179th Royal Highland Show on Saturday 22 June.
The latest edition of the Scottish Red Meat Industry Profile, produced by Quality Meat Scotland, highlights the importance of the red meat industry to Scotland’s economy.
Revenues earned by abattoirs from the sale of skins and hides have substantially reduced over the past year as the global demand for leather has collapsed, according to the latest analysis by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) will be pulling out all the stops next week to make the most of the opportunity the Royal Highland Show offers to showcase the Scottish red meat industry and its brands.
QMS statement on making school food healthier