In this episode of Scran, we are delving into some slightly lesser known and more niche products available in Scotland. We hear about an interesting array of produce, which, coincidentally are all businesses being run by women.
First up Rosalind chats to Clare MacDougall of The 1295 Caviar Company - Clare is an entrepreneur with a background in marketing for the food and beverage industry. Her company exclusively imports and distributes Sturia caviar from France, in Scotland.
Rosalind also chats to Pinkie Methven and Ronnie Murray of the Tea Gardens of Scotland who collectively produce Nine Ladies Dancing - a unique blend of tea which is grown in Scotland by nine female tea growers.
Finally, Rosalind caught up with Sheena Horner of Galloway Chillies.
Sheena opens the lid on the fascinating world of chilli growing and how intense a process it can be. She tells us about the huge amount of varieties there are and which are the hot ones you should really be looking out for.
We’d love to hear from you for the next season’s episodes.Scran season 6: Growing at Greenfields - building a bountiful garden with Diana Yates
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