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Food

This Cross-party group's purpose:

To raise awareness of food issues from production through to consumption in Scotland and their importance to the consumer, the economy, the environment and to the health of Scotland;

To act as a policy forum for discussion and updating on food issues in Scotland;

To contribute to policy development on a range of food issues in Scotland.

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

This meeting will be held at 6pm and will include the AGM. Anyone wishing to attend must contact Mary Lawton.

If you want to get in touch, you can contact Mary Lawton

Tagh raon-ama:

Involved in the group

MSPs, individuals and organisations who participate in and support this group.

Facal-luirg

Fairlie, Jim

Jim Fairlie

Co-Convener

Party: Scottish National Party

MSP for: Perthshire South and Kinross-shire (Constituency)

Grant, Rhoda

Rhoda Grant

Co-Convener

Party: Scottish Labour

MSP for: Highlands and Islands (Region)

Wells, Annie

Annie Wells

Co-Convener

Party: Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for: Glasgow (Region)

Baker, Claire

Claire Baker

Member

Party: Scottish Labour

MSP for: Mid Scotland and Fife (Region)

Ruskell, Mark

Mark Ruskell

Member

Party: Scottish Green Party

MSP for: Mid Scotland and Fife (Region)

Smyth, Colin

Colin Smyth

Member

Party: Scottish Labour

MSP for: South Scotland (Region)

Stevenson, Collette

Party: Scottish National Party

MSP for: East Kilbride (Constituency)

Whittle, Brian

Brian Whittle

Member

Party: Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for: South Scotland (Region)


Non MSP Individuals

Martin Meteyard

Morag Jardine

Lesley Stanley

Christopher Trotter

Colette Backwell

Colette Walker

John Whitehead

Ian Shankland

Marie Amelie Viatte

Bosse Dahlgren

Chris Peace

Angela Lamont

Cate Devine

Jeff Justice

Rachel Mirfatthi

Paul Swarbrigg

Uel Morton

Antonia Ineson

Charlotte Maltin

Elina Andersson

Anya Hart-Dyke

Maggie Gordon


Organisations

Food and Drink Federation Scotland - secretary

3 x 1 Public Relations

Aberdeen Uni

Action on Sugar

Agrico

Agricultural Industries Confed

AHDB

apetito

Artilus

Asda

Bellenden

Caledonian Public Affairs

Charlesfield Farms

CIWF

City Press

Coca Cola

Coeliac UK

Community Food and Health Scotland

Community Food Initiatives North East

COSLA

Crops in Pots

Dairy UK

Deans

Devro

Diabetes UK

Eco Schools

Edinburgh Community Food

Edinburgh Scientific Services

Fareshare

Farmers For Stock Free Farming

Food Standards Scotland

Food Train

Food Training Scotland

Forth Environment Link

Glasgow Caledonian Uni

Greencity Wholefoods

Greggs

Guala Closures

Halogen Communications

Hebridean Forager

Healthyliving award

IBiolC

Innovate foods

Institute of Food Science and Technology

Interface Food and Drink

Kafoodle

Kantar

Keep Scotland Beautiful

Keep Scotland the Brand

Kettle Produce

Lantra

Lanarkshire Community Food and Health Partnership

Land Workers Alliance

Love Pure Cakes

Lynbreck Croft

Macsweens

McDonalds

Merck

NewsDirect

NFUS

Nourish

Nutrition Research and Communication

Nutrition Communications

Obesity Action Scotland

One Kind

Pagoda PR

Peelham Farms

Public Health Scotland

Pinnacle

Pinsent Masons

Propagate

Quality Meat Scotland

Queen Margaret University 

3 R Energy

REHIS

Robert Gordon University

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Royal Society of Arts

RHASS

RSC

RSPB

Sainsburys

SAOS

ScoFro

School of Thai Kitchen Scotland

Scotch Whisky Association

Scotland Food and Drink

Scottish Agricultural College

Scottish Assn of Meat Wholesalers

Scottish Bakers

Scottish Crofting Federation

Scottish Enterprise

Scottish Federation of Meat Traders’ Association

Scottish Food Guide

Scottish Government

Scottish Natural Heritage

Scottish Organic Milk

Scottish Pig Producers

Scottish Qualifications Association 

Scottish Retail Consortium

Scottish  Salmon Producers Org

Scottish Wholesalers Assn

Seafish

Seafood Scotland

SEFARI-Scot Environ, Food and Agriculture Research Institutes

Skills Development Scotland

Slow Food

Social Farms and Gardens

Soil Association Scotland

Supernature

Tartan Silk PR

Taste Communications

Tesco

The Children’s Orchard

The List

Trellis Scotland

UK Chinese Times

University of Aberdeen

University of Abertay

University of Edinburgh

Vivid Solutions

William Reed

Zero Waste Scotland