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Taste Inverclyde Launches Food And Drink Guide


 

Above: Jolene McGhee and Andrew Bowman celebrate the launch of the Inverclyde Food and Drink Guide 2018

Locals and visitors are raising a glass to a tasty new product offering the ultimate guide to everything food and drink in Inverclyde.

The Taste Inverclyde Food and Drink Guide 2018 is a 56-page glossy A5 magazine produced by the Greenock Telegraph in partnership with Riverside Inverclyde, offering readers a comprehensive tour of the area’s eateries.

As well as interviews with top chefs and handy culinary hints and tips, it features a listings section and fantastic map to help every reader find something that tantalises their taste-buds.

Andrew Bowman, head of business investment and operations at Riverside Inverclydesaid the guide was a ‘must read’ for all food lovers.

“Taste Inverclyde continues to deliver a wide range of projects to support Inverclyde’s food and drink businesses and the launch of this guide is a major achievement.

“The guide will be available as a keep-at-home brochure and online and we hope it helps to showcase the fantastic range available in Inverclyde to residents and visitors.

“We’d like to thank all of the businesses that supported the guide and The Greenock Telegraph for their invaluable expertise.

“We look forward to continuing to work together in the future to further showcase Inverclyde’s food and drink sector.”

Greenock Telegraph editor Brian Hossack said:

“It was a pleasure bringing our expertise to the product and this is the ultimate guide on what Inverclyde has to bring to the ever-expanding food and drink sector.  We have so much to offer and it is all in the Taste Inverclyde guide.

“As well as being great for locals, it will also be an invaluable guide to tourists coming off the cruise liners and shows off perfectly all we have to offer.”

Greenock Telegraph advertising manager Jolene McGhee said:

“We loved working with Andrew and Jennifer Alexander at Riverside Inverclyde and all of the businesses involved.  It really is a great way for people to stay up to date on all things culinary in Inverclyde.”

Download Taste Inverclyde’s Local Food & Drink Guide for 2018 – featuring all local food and drink producers, suppliers, cafes, restaurants, hotels & street food  –  with many delightful images.  The guide, which is being distributed this week, will be available to pick up free from the Greenock Telegraph office in Dalrymple Street, Greenock Ocean Terminal, the Beacon Arts Centre and all of the eateries involved as well as Greenock Telegraph stockists.

Download Taste Inverclyde's Food and Drink Map:

Picture courtesy of George Munro and The Greenock Telegraph.

Published 27 July 2018