Three food and drink businesses from the Borders have been shortlisted for the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards.
With a record breaking 239 entries this year across 19 different categories, the finalists from the Borders represent a broad spectrum:
- Peelham Charcuterie (Berwickshire) in the Meat category
- Born in the Borders (Jedburgh) in the Scottish Sourcing category
- John P Campbell OBE of Glenrath Farms (Peebleshire) in the Scottish Food & Drink Entrepreneur category
Broadcaster Kaye Adams, from ITV's Loose Woman, will announce the winners of the awards at a ceremony at the Edinburgh’s National Museum of Scotland on 27 May. Tickets for the event have already sold out.
Scotland's biggest artisan food festival is underway, with more than 100 different events showcasing the best local food and drink.
Here is just one of the dishes on offer at the Buccleuch Arms Hotel in Moffat.
Around 100 food and drink related events are taking place across Dumfries and Galloway as part of the annual Flavour Fortnight.
The festival aims to promote local produce from across the region and gives rural businesses the chance to showcase their products.
Experiences range from learning how to produce honey to sampling herbal teas.
For a full list of where and when events are taking place, click here.
Cumbria's food and brewing sector has been described as the "best in the UK" by local MP Tim Farron.
He is asking local businesses to take part in 'Cumbria Day.'
The event will take place in the House of Commons and will showcase all that is good about businesses in the region.