Angus Tourism Co-operative Appoints Co-ordinator for Food & Drink NetworkNeil Hardie
Angus Tourism Co-Operative Ltd is delighted to announce the appointment of Daniel Muir
to the role of co-ordinator for ‘Appetite for Angus’, a sub-group which is focused on building
a Food & Drink Network for the county.
The primary purpose of the part time role is to create links for the long term between local
people and local food and to add value and growth for all parts of the local food and drink industry.
The role has been made possible by the Scottish Government through its Covid-19
Supporting Communities Fund, which will be managed in Angus by the Murton Trust.
Daniel has been a member of the steering group for ‘Appetite for Angus’ since its
establishment in January and has been part of the team developing a new “Neighbourfood”
market in the county.
In the role, he will work with food and drink related companies across Angus as well as
acting as the primary focal point for national food & drink organisations, Angus Council,
local third sector groups, food hubs and markets.
Scott Byrne, Vice Chair of Angus Tourism Co-Operative said: “We are delighted that we have
been able to appoint Daniel to this key role which we believe is fundamental to Angus
having a strong and comprehensive food and drink network. Appetite for Angus is delivering
on its promise to add value and growth for the industry in Angus, and this new role will
strengthen that even further”
Daniel Muir said: “I look forward to working with all parties to support the delivery of ‘Local
food for local people’ as well as building the foundations for the industry in Angus to be the
food tourism destination of choice post Covid-19”
Daniel can be contacted by email on email@example.com or by mobile 07880