The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) has expressed its surprise and disappointment over today’s announcement by the Scottish Government that it is to press ahead with proposals for a deposit return scheme (DRS) rather than undertaking the exploratory modelling work it committed to earlier this year.
Scottish Wholesale Association Summer/Autumn Bulletin 2017
Catch up with the latest news from the Scottish Wholesale Association in our Summer/Autumn Bulletin.
Contaminated Dutch eggs should be a wake-up call for retailers, says BFREPA
The British Free Range Egg Producers Association is calling on retailers to change their egg sourcing policies after 700,000 contaminated Dutch eggs made it into the UK food chain.
Scottish Wholesale Association launches TLT licensing service and hotline for members
The Scottish Wholesale Association has joined forces with licensing legal firm TLT to launch a bespoke licensing hotline service for its members.
Employment tribunal fees scrapped
Employment tribunal fees have been scrapped and the Government has said it will take steps to stop charging and refund payments.
Scottish wholesalers continue to back kerbside recycling over DRS
Trade organisation the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) has voiced its disappointment at the Scottish Government’s decision to ask its environment agency Zero Waste Scotland to undertake further modelling on different deposit return systems.
Employment Law Update: June-July 2017
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Julie Dunn becomes Scottish Wholesale Association's first-ever female president
Julie Dunn, operations director of Blantyre-based Dunns Food and Drinks, has been appointed as the first-ever female president of the Scottish Wholesale Association.
Scottish Wholesale Association to review and modernise its operations
Trade organisation the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) has outlined plans to review and modernise the way it operates.
Scottish Wholesale Association to ramp up investment in training
Plans to ramp up training opportunities within the wholesale industry have been announced by the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) as part of a strategy to engage with young people and show them that wholesale is a viable career option.