Independence is the perfect platform to promote Scottish brands across the globe, says Richard Lochhead
With less than 48 hours to go before Scotland decides whether to remain part of the United Kingdom on Thursday 19 September, The Grocer spoke to Scotland’s food minister Richard Lochhead, on the issues for the food and drink industry including price hikes, intimidation and exports.
Threats, intimidation, dodgy price claims, fence-sitting. The industry has seen it all during the independence campaign…
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