Fife site set to host new organic food festival

Spots On My Apples take place at Bowhouse, St Monans on Saturday 18th June.

It will offer conversation, hands-on activities, and great food and drink.

Presented by Futtle Brewery, it will offer visitors the opportunity to hear the voices at the center of the organic growing movement.

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The food festival will take place at Bowhouse

Tastings and discussions will come from, among others, Dan Saladino, presenter of the BBC Radio 4 Food Programme, Xanthe Gladstone, Director of Food and Food Sustainability at Hawarden and Glen Dye Estates and The Good Life Experience, and writer, campaigner and bread expert Andrew Whitley, whose ‘Flour to the People’ campaign recently received a BBC Food & Farming Award.

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Visitors will also be able to visit the Balcaskie Organic Farm, where Bowhouse is based.

This will include tours of the crowd-grazed cattle, followed by the opportunity to meet the Butchery at Bowhouse team, as well as tours of the East Neuk Market Garden plot.

The event will include lectures, music and hands-on activities

The Futtle Organic Brewery will also be open for the duration of the festival, with the tasting room hosting a series of in-flight wine and beer tastings.

There will be the opportunity to enjoy a picnic on a series of grassy mounds beyond Bowhouse – likely a favorite with visiting families – and live music in the market area, plus craft activities for children focused on the natural environment.

Organizer Lucy Hine said: “This is a brilliant little lineup for our first festival, bringing together some of the most important voices and top food and drink producers.

“Spots on my Apples brings together chefs, writers, growers, farmers, producers, beverage makers and activists to make this day truly special.

“It also allows you to get actively involved – chat directly with growers, growers and cooks – and learn from the professionals themselves – all in a beautiful countryside setting.”

Tickets cost £15 with under-16s admitted free at

Bowhouse opened as a manufacturing center for local food and beverage producers in the summer of 2017.

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