Businesses offering food and drink takeaways will have to operate under new regulations from Saturday.
Customers have been advised to be vigilant on social media after fake profiles were created to trick competition entrants.
You can now get the north-east delicacy delivered to your door anywhere from the UK fresh from the bakery.
As Brexit gets off to a bad start for food exporters, James Withers of Scotland Food and Drink says emergency financial aid may be needed.
Whether you're cutting back on your alcohol intake or just fancy something new, there's a whole range of soft drinks and non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy...
A toast to the lassies with a twist: Neeps and tatties cocktail launched with potato vodka and swede-flavoured gin
While whisky may be typically known as the traditional Burns night drink, a tonic water creator has teamed up with an Angus distiller to create a neeps and tatties cocktail.
‘I gave up alcohol for a year and felt so many benefits’: How Dry January turned into over 365 days of sobriety for one north east woman
Grace Arthur decided to stop drinking alcohol last Christmas. Here she tells Julia Bryce how she did it and why she would encourage others struggling with their mental health to do the same..
After Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed the UK's Brexit deal with the European Union as his "Christmas present to the nation" we found out how it affects local exporters and producers.
Jim Ashley and his business partner Patrick Maris are bringing rum to the north-east and Highlands with their new product launch.
Two friends who met while working at one of Braemar's luxury hotels have joined forces to bring a new French patisserie to the town.
Outpouring of support for hard-hit Scottish seafood firms as ‘window of opportunity to get produce to European markets is lost’
The public and businesses jumped at the chance to come to the rescue as the seafood industry is put under strain from border closures.
Five sisters from Stonehaven will swap opening presents on Christmas Day for handing out food to the homeless in a bid to ensure no one goes without a hot meal over the festive period.
Dreaming up a dry Christmas: Hospitality firms on those festive cancellations and how they’ll be adapting with alcohol off the menu
Julia Bryce hears from local businesses in the north-east about whether diners are still happy to eat out during the festivities with Level 3 restrictions now in place.
After the first minister confirms the two regions will face tighter restrictions aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus, we look at what it means for hospitality businesses and their customers.
North-east restaurateur Paul Mair has his sights set on coastal town as he updates cafe's offering.
With current coronavirus restrictions being relaxed for the festive period, how can those entertaining loved ones do so more safely in a Christmas bubble?
It'll be a very merry Christmas if you get your hands on some of these brilliant new tipples hitting the market just in time for Christmas.
Where food meets art: Why a renowned painter plans to spend the day at an Aberdeenshire butcher’s shop
James Golding of The Connor Brothers will be paying a visit to JK Fine Foods' new store next month.
The popular Tex-Mex eatery in the city centre is expanding into England in 2021.
The popular eatery which has its own cult following will open its new premises in the heart of Aberdeen.
Summerhouse Drinks has successfully developed an innovative packaging solution designed to safely transport small glass bottles, funded by a business interruption grant.
Bars in Aberdeen are transforming into cutesy Scottish chalets and offering up everything you'd expect to find after hitting the slopes in the French Alps when skiing.
Diners get another bite at discounted meals this month as Aberdeen Restaurant Week toasts successful event
More than a dozen of the participating venues have extended their discounted menus until the end of November.
The foodie favourite event has been extended to run over two weeks, and the public are eating it up.
Mark Reynolds, who owns the Piggery-Smokery, based in the Alford area, launched the campaign last month and smashed its target of £22,500.
Hundreds of pies nearly went to waste, but quick thinking and looking to the local community meant food from the Vegan Bay Baker in Cruden Bay went to those who need it most.
MasterChef: The Professionals: Who is Ross Burgees, the Edinburgh care home chef originally from Moray appearing in this series?
Ross Burgees, who grew up in Moray, says starring on MasterChef: The Professionals is a "dream come true", despite coronavirus restrictions proving challenging.
The new custom-built outdoor space seats 40 and will open to the public tomorrow.
While we're encouraged to stay at home, cocktail delivery is just the ticket to see us through the winter.
Diners can enjoy a range of offers during the event which supports the hospitality sector.