If you are looking for food in Scotland that is fresh, local and organic, here are some ideas and resources to get you started.
Sign up for an organic veg box scheme
Enjoy having fresh, seasonal produce delivered to your door.
Visit your local farmers' market
Meet producers who are passionate about the food they grow.
Grow your own organic fruit and veg
Catch the buzz of harvesting your own produce and sharing it with family and friends. Contact your local council for information on local allotments. The Scottish Allotments and Gardens Society (SAGS) website is also a good source of information.
Discover your nearest organic farm
They may have a farm shop or Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) scheme so you can buy freshly harvested produce with unbeatable flavour. A CSA is a partnership between a farm and people in the local community. Members of the CSA make a financial commitment to the farm, and in return receive a share of the harvest.
Source fresh, local and organic food in Scotland
Soil Association Scotland’s Food for Life campaign is widely recognised as leading the way on the provision of fresh, local and organic food for Scotland's schools and leading caterers. The following document lists suppliers in Scotland.