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F&B heroes prioritising sustainability in Scotland

#FoodHeroScot is a not for profit campaign that Recognises sustainability heroes within our communities, the campaign which was launched during Covid-19, focused on celebrating sustainable food and drink businesses and supporting them during their post-pandemic recovery through a series of documentaries released throughout the year alongside a support package.


Video, Audio, Marketing

Video Production, Creative Direction, TV Ad Treatment, Documentary Design, Photography, Marketing Strategy, Campaign Coordination and Rollout

Grass-Roots Movement

Branding, Website, Growth Marketing & Mini Documentary Series

Grass-roots movement, #FoodHeroScot is a community led campaign focused on sharing the stories of those in the Food & Drink sector that are leading with heart and kindness, using ingenuity to find innovative solutions to the pandemic, and prioritising people and planet over profit to contribute to a more fair and regenerative food system in Scotland.

Focused on storytelling, so far we have captured five powerful mini documentaries on businesses or social enterprises shared on the #FoodHeroScot website and spotlighted through a media campaign delivered by STV.

Steampunk Coffee Roasters

Mini Documentary

Based in the beautiful Scottish seaside town of North Berwick, Steampunk are known for their roasting of fully traceable and ethically sourced single origin coffees.

Beloved locally and renowned widely for their community impact, it was a joy and a privilege to follow Catherine and the Steampunk team around their roastery and shop, learning more about the company’s history and the values that underpin all of their behaviours as a eco-conscious business.

The Re:Store, Moray

Mini Documentary

Moray’s zero waste refill shop.

A shop offering an alternative to supermarket shopping.

Zero waste refillery.

Sustainable, ethical, helping to Re:Store the earth and ocean.

Watch the full documentary here.

Edinburgh Food Social

Mini Documentary

Edinburgh Food Social educates young people and communities about local, seasonal food. Their aim is to promote the use of locally grown, seasonal produce to increase the awareness of good food and its impact on health and wellbeing.

Edinburgh Food Social’s work is focused on improving the life chances of people facing the challenges of poverty.

Watch the full documentary here.