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Scotland The Bread in the Media
11 May 2017: Scotland The Bread (p8) and Bread Matters (p5) share excellent company in the latest Borders Food & Drink Directory.
Download it here: Scottish Borders Food and Drink Network (14.3 MB Adobe Acrobat PDF) or pick it up for free in the area.
07 May 2017: The Sunday Post publishes an interview with Veronica Burke introducing Real Bread and Real Bread Week. Read the full interview on our blog here.
05 May 2017:Scotland Food & Drink publishes details of the Scottish Bread Championships on their News pages.
01 May 2017: The Evening Times introduces Adelphi Nursery’s Soil To Slice project in the Gorbals in Glasgow. In September the toddlers will be able to eat bread made from the grain they helped sow, harvest, mill and bake. Read more about the Nursery’s project here.
18 August 2016: BBC Radio Good Morning, Scotland: reporter Morag Kinniburgh visited Granton community gardeners who are growing Scotland The Bread wheats on busy street corners in Edinburgh – and Macbiehill Agroforestry, where the grain research and community-bakery training are based. Granton is one of six community growing groups in our ‘Soil to Slice’ project.
13 August 2016: Journalist Cate Devine’s exclusive article in The Times captures the possibilities in community-supported baking with High Rise Bakers and Scotland The Bread.
13 August 2016: In The Scotsman Magazine (PDF 216KB), Use Your Loaf by Veronica Burke highlights the value of locally-produced bread. Three recipes to reduce waste, using leftover sourdough, ciabatta and challah.
09 August 2016: Scotland the Bread features in this week’s issue of British Baker.
02 August 2016: Scotland Food and Drink announces our extended share offer, supported by Just Growth, Community Shares Scotland and Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh.