East Lothian Food and Drink ‘Made by Us’ campaign promotion

East Lothian Food and Drink ‘Made by Us’ campaign promotion

'Made By Us' campaign promotion Ramsay Zenati at Port Seton Harbour Ramsay, fifth generation of the family business (grandson of the late James Dickson 1933-2011), helping to promote the fishing industry in East Lothian, being photographed at Port Seton harbour by Emma Martin of East Lothian Food and Drink, for the 'Made by Us' campaign.His photo will be used in promotional material and has also been made into a pull up banner, which was used at last year's Highland Show.East Lothian Food and Drink ltd is making history, they are the world’s first county, coming together of food and drink companies, though a legal binding process called a Business Improvement District.Our products are Made by Us, by people who are passionate about what they do and the environment they work in. East Lothian encompasses the sea and coast, the rolling farmland and glorious Lammermuirs, a stunning backdrop to the highest quality products found in Scotland.Visit the East Lothian Food and Drink website for...
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Queen Margaret University – our fish business

Queen Margaret University – our fish business

East Lothian Food and Drink BID As part of the East Lothian Food and Drink BID initiative, we were offered the opportunity of working with second year students from Queen Margaret University (QMU). Initially it was to produce a podcast about our fish business, but the students decided to do a video as well.The students came to interview Pamela and visit our shop/fish premises to find out all about the fish processing business.Pamela was then invited to QMU to watch their presentation of the podcast and video, and give feedback on the results - which she was very impressed with. Many thanks to the students for all their help and hard work.You can view the short clip they produced below:https://youtu.be/tBoTaYKJrvc?rel=0Visit the East Lothian, Scotland's Food and Drink County website for further information....
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