This Scottish institution returns to Ingliston from the 22-25 June this year and will showcase the very best of farming food and rural life.
The first incarnation of the show took place 1822 on a site that is now home to the Scottish Parliament.
Today, it is Scotland’s biggest outdoor event attracting around 190,000 people and regarded as one of Europe’s largest agribusiness shows. It contributed almost £39.5million to the economy in 2022.
On this episode, we talk about the food and drink side of things with guests Louise Elder, Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland Director and Jill Brown, Distiller & Director at Moray Distillery, who will be exhibiting at the show.
We chat all about what visitors can expect and just why it is a great place for Scotland's producers to do business.
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