The proposals are aimed at promoting changes towards healthier versions of our favourite foods.
The City of Edinburgh Council has launched its formal consultation into a proposed Transient Visitor Levy (TVL) – or tourist tax – in the capital despite First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announcing that a Scottish Government consultation will be held on a national tourist tax.
Aberdeen is the next destination for The Ben’s new #NotAlone mental health campaign as a second roadshow takes place at BrewDog Castlegate in the city on November 13.
The reduction in Scotland’s drink-driving limit has had little effect on the level of deaths and accidents on the nation’s roads, according to a University of Strathclyde study.
Hotels and bars across Scotland are among those who will benefit from a cap to their business rates bill following an announcement by Public Finance Minister Kate Forbes.
A new visitor centre in the east end of Glasgow is set to make Tennent’s Lager’s Wellpark Brewery the leading beer destination in the UK when it opens to the public on November 22.
Chancellor Philip Hammond claimed in his Budget this week that the “era of austerity is finally coming to an end”.
Tennent’s annual tradeshows for 2018 will take place on Tuesday 30 October at SWG3 in Glasgow and Monday 5 November at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.
Opportunities to invest in nine projects worth more than £2 billion to Scotland’s economy were announced by Economy Secretary Derek Mackay.
The figures are revealed in the SLTA’s Summer 2018 On-trade Market Review, sponsored by KPMG UK