The Scotch Whisky Association provided comments to the Scottish Environment Protection Agency's consultation on its sector plan for Scotch Whisky.
Across Scotland, 10,000 people are directly employed and over 35,000 jobs are supported by the Scotch Whisky industry. This
report provides a snapshot of the many people employed in the industry. It gives a flavour of the diversity of skills and highlights the importance of the industry to local communities.
A report launched today illustrates the diversity of jobs supported by the Scotch Whisky industry which directly employs more than 10,000 people across Scotland and underpins many local communities.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has welcomed the UK Government’s initiative launched today (27 January) to boost exports of food and drink to fast-growing global markets.
An Indian court has granted a temporary injunction against two Indian drinks companies claimed to be “passing off” local whisky as Scotch Whisky.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has welcomed Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as it should provide a more transparent and predictable trading environment for Scotch Whisky importers.
Scotch Whisky exports hit a record high as the Scotch Whisky Association unveiled Ian Curle, chief executive of The Edrington Group, as its new chairman.
The extra legal protection granted to Scotch Whisky in Turkey is being recognised this week as part of a celebration of Scottish Food and Drink in Ankara.
Gavin Hewitt, chief executive of the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), has been elected President of the European Spirits Organisation – CEPS.
Scotch Whisky distillers have urged MSPs to reject minimum pricing for alcohol when the Scottish Parliament votes at the final stage of the Alcohol Bill’s parliamentary process tomorrow (10 November 2010).
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has warned consumers not to be taken in by a product which claims to be “the world’s first alcohol free whisky”. The SWA said there can be no such product and such a description is illegal in the European Union and many other countries.