Food and Drink North East now invite expressions of interest in Beyond the Kitchen Table (BTKT) 2024, a specialised training programme for small-scale food and drink producers looking to expand their business and become retail-ready.
Food and Drink North East are delighted to be partnering with RTC North and Durham County Council to deliver a programme for food, drink and hospitality providers in County Durham that will focus on improving productivity.
Food and Drink North East (FADNE) are thrilled to announce Johnston Carmichael as FADNE Community Partners.
We’re hosting a FADNE Social event for all FADNE Community members at McColl’s Brewery on Thursday 29th February 2024.
Following a successful inaugural year, the Great Taste Bursary scheme will return in 2024 to offer 50 micro producers the chance to put one new product in front of the panel of judges for FREE.
An ongoing temperature test of the agricultural, food, drink, manufacturing and hospitality sectors in the North East of England.
As the 18-month long Hospitality, Innovation, Tourism Supply (HITS) Programme comes to a close, Food and Drink North East looks at what was accomplished by the participating people and businesses, as well as how the legacy of the programme will live on through resources created for the North East food, drink, hospitality and tourism industries.
We’re hosting a Winter Social event at Cantina for all FADNE Community members on Thursday 30th November 2023.
The survey which is open to the full breadth of businesses across the North East’s visitor economy until 24 November 2023 investigates skills gaps and workforce issues and explores approaches to training and development.
The ability to network and collaborate with other local businesses trading at the Artisan Autumn Fayre was one of the unexpected highlights for many of the businesses who attended the event.
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