Catch up with the latest news from the Scottish Wholesale Association in our regular Bulletin.
Foodservice event turns spotlight on sector opportunities for suppliers: view our video and the presentations
Raising the profile of foodservice within the wholesale industry, promoting wholesale as a career and working with other groups and associations to grow and develop the sector has come under the microscope at a major new networking event facilitated by the Scottish Wholesale Association.
Employment Law Update: October 2017
Keep abreast of the latest relevant employment law with our latest Employment Law Update, prepared by 121 HR Solutions.
Scottish Wholesale Association to support major UK industry conference
The Scottish Wholesale Association is supporting The Food & Drink Business Conference & Exhibition taking place in Coventry on November 7.
Networking event to raise awareness of growth opportunities in foodservice
Key industry figures will gather in Edinburgh this month for a major new networking event facilitated by the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) as part of its ongoing strategy to highlight the growing importance of foodservice to its members and the wider wholesale industry.
Book now for Achievers 2018
Judging for Achievers 2018 is under way with supporting suppliers conducting their first round of judging/visits.
HMRC offers support for growing medium-sized businesses
A new service to directly help mid-sized businesses – including wholesalers – as they expand and grow has been launched by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Scottish Wholesale Association expresses disappointment over DRS announcement
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.