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The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA), the trade association for Scotland’s food and drink wholesale businesses, has been invited to participate in the new Scottish Tourism Recovery Taskforce.

The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA), the trade association for Scotland’s food and drink wholesale businesses, has welcomed the Scottish Government's intention to reopen hospitality and tourism businesses from July 15.

Scottish Wholesale Association chief executive Colin Smith features in the latest episode of TWC Sound Bites, discussing Covid-19 and the SWA’s work in getting Government support for Scottish Wholesalers.

The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA), the trade association for Scotland’s food and drink wholesale businesses, has said it is “bitterly disappointed” that the deposit return scheme (DRS) draft regulations have been passed by the Scottish Parliament during the coronavirus disruption.

The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA), the trade association for Scotland’s food and drink wholesale businesses, is urging MSPs to halt the Scottish Government’s deposit return scheme (DRS) ahead of the final Holyrood vote on the draft regulations today.

The fund to provide grants for small and medium-sized businesses affected by coronavirus (Covid-19) is to be doubled from £45 million to £90 million.

David Lamb, trading director at Dundee-based CJ Lang & Son and a long-time supporter of the Scottish Wholesale Association, retires today.

Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) has welcomed confirmation by the Scottish Government that a £45 million Pivotal Enterprise Resilience Fund is being made available to food and drink wholesalers and other companies that have up to now fallen through the cracks of all other business support measures.

These FREE online interactive training workshops are designed specifically for SWA members and open to your employees and their family members working from home.

The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) is asking wholesalers to share their trading trajectory over the past four weeks as part of an important data-gathering exercise that will help further reiterate to the Scottish Government the importance of the wholesale food and drink supply channel.