Cheese loving Fifers are being urged to get along to a special plant-based cheese tasting event at Health Food & More in Kirkcaldy this Saturday (2 November) to discover new, dairy-free alternatives.
They will be welcomed by a smorgasbord of dairy-free cheeses, such as cashew-based Camembert, as well as the opportunity to place orders for Christmas.
Visitors to the shop will also be able to browse and buy textiles and carvings by local crafters Teresa and Andrew Widd, who are set to host Health Food & More’s third pop-up shop as part of the store’s initiative to showcase and support Fife makers.
Keren Brynes Maclean of Health Food & More said: “We are really excited to bring artisan, vegan cheese alternatives such as Mouse’s Favourite to Fife.
“Whether you are vegan or just curious, we would love you to come along and sample these artisan, fine cheeses, which are now available to buy in our St. Clair Street store.
“You’ll also be able to check out some impressive crafting by our guest retailers Teresa and Andrew Widd, who boast an impressive handmade portfolio of Scottish gifts, which include hand carved puffin sculptures and much more.”
Independent retailer Health Food & More is giving Fife crafters an exclusive opportunity to showcase their creative talents in the lead up to Christmas.
Fife makers are being offered free space within the St Clair Street health store to host one-off pop-up shops to exhibit and sell their unique, handmade and eco-friendly products.