We are extremely proud and delighted to announce that Angus Growers Agronomist Alix successfully passed her BASIS exam! Well done Alix, Congratulations to you!
Angus Growers would like to congratulate our marketing agent, Angus Soft Fruits, on winning two prestigious awards at the Co-Op and Scotmid Scottish Awards which was held on Wednesday the 12th September in Glasgow. This is the first year the two convenience retailers have joined forces to recognise the high-quality produce of both supermarkets’ Scottish…
We would like to thank Aldi for another excellent opportunity to showcase our delicious fruit at this year’s Royal Highland Show. .
Balhungie Berry Farm will be celebrating the Royal wedding in style on the 19th of May with Harry & Meghan (their bottle fed lambs). There will be bunting, big hats and wedding breakfast pizzas served from the local artisan pizza trailer (Fallone’s Pizzas) and, of course, cake, strawberry tarts and berries galore.
Angus Growers would like to take the opportunity to promote the latest Dundee food tourism video, which features our very own Balhungie Berry Farm!
A few of our members participated at the local food show “Beer and Berries” at Hospitalfild in Arbroath on Saturday the 8th of July. The event was open to a selection of local producers and suppliers of the best beer and berries in Scotland. It was a unique opportunity for visitors learn about local production…
Angus Growers is proud to announce that many of our Members are already picking the first fruit of the season! Balhungie Berry Farm will be opening their berry shop on the 1st of May. Come along and enjoy some fresh berries picked right from the fields on the same day! For more information, please visit…
Another successful Royal Highland Show! Thank you to all of the delegates who manned the Aldi stand at the show this year.
The 2016 berry season has officially started as the first Scottish fruit was ceremoniously piped in at Tesco Kingsway Dundee last weekend!
2015 is the Year of Food and Drink in Scotland and we are pleased that a number of our Growers are taking part in Scotland’s Berry Trail. For more information, please have a look at Scotland’s Berry Trail 2015 or visit the Think Local Scotland website.