Food and Drink mapped out for Ayrshire

 16 April 2018  |  


Putting food and drink in Ayrshire on the map

Putting food and drink in Ayrshire on the map

The List publishes Ayrshire Larder Food and Drink Map for Ayrshire

Ayrshire's Food and Drink producers have long been putting the area on the map. But now, thanks to an Ayrshire wide initiative by the Ayrshire Food and Drink Steering Group, it's Ayrshire putting Food and Drink on its own map.

Produced by popular Listings publisher, The List, in conjunction with all three Ayrshire Councils, the Ayrshire Larder Food Map is a comprehensive guide to some of the many producers, retailers, cafes and restaurants in Ayrshire, all the way from Ballantrae to Largs and taking in the islands of Cumbrae and Arran too.

Councillor Brian McGinley, Economic Development, Tourism and Leisure Portfolio Holder for South Ayrshire Council said: "Ayrshire is famous the world over for quality food and drink and this map will help to cement our position. It's packed with information and showcases everything from our largest producers to those hidden gems. The new leaflet also highlights 3 food trails Burns, Coastal & Seafood and Picnic which will prove invaluable as people 'taste' their way across Ayrshire. We will continue to work with our partners to bring the very best of Ayrshire produce to as many people as we can."

The map, launched at the Visit Scotland Tourism Expo 2018,  http://www.visitscotlandexpo.com/will be widely distributed in public buildings, shops, cafes, accommodation and tourism venues throughout Ayrshire and beyond.

Further details of the The List's Ayrshire Larder Food Map can be found  here