NeighbourFood launched in Blairgowrie & Rattray

In addition to their local loyalty scheme, the Blairgowrie-based HEAT Project Team are becoming advocates of local seasonal food, by Hosting NeighbourFood Blairgowrie & Rattray, an online market for locals, The aim is to improve consumer access to locally grown, affordable, seasonally produced food.



The initiative is to launch with a Spring Taster on 30th May at The Heat Project, 1 - 3 Meadow Place Blairgowrie. Drop in between 4.00 and 7.00 p.m. to find out more and sign up. There will be a chance to meet the producers involved - and free tasters too!


We are also very pleased to see that several of our Perthshire clients and contacts are involved, including Bourtree Jams & Preserves, Alison's Kitchen, The Wright Root, Plastic Free Delivery, Wild Hearth Bakery, Clantastic, Organic Welltree and Coupar Angus Food & Growing Projects.


Follow NeighbourFood on Facebook - @neighbourfoodblairgowrie and see the Facebook events page for more details of their launch: https://www.facebook.com/events/2498221537065686/

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