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Publisher teams up with iconic title to improve food and drink offering

Laura Collins 1Three sister titles are set to improve their food and drink offering thanks to a new partnership with the Good Food Guide.

National World has teamed up with Knife & Fork Media, owner of the Guide, for the project at its biggest Scottish titles.

As part of the partnership, Good Food Guide content will appear in The Scotsman, Edinburgh Evening News and Glasgow World.

The launch of the project comes after Glasgow World launch editor Rosalind Erskine last week left her role to become food and drink editor at The Scotsman.

National World publisher Laura Collins, pictured, said: “Over the last three years the hospitality sector has been hit especially hard during one of the most challenging times that nobody could have imagined.

“But it is a testament to the industry’s resilience and strength that it has weathered the storm and continues to flourish.

“We’re delighted to partner with The Good Food Guide to celebrate and showcase all the best that the dining and hospitality scene has to offer in Scotland from its newest additions right through to trusted institutions that have stood the test of time.

“We hope that this will only strengthen our fantastic food and drink offering across our publications as we continue to champion the incredible work of those who make our dining scene a truly unique experience.”

The Good Food Guide has a network of 30 inspectors who inspect restaurants anonymously.

Adam Hyman, founder of Knife & Fork Media and publisher of The Good Food Guide, added: “We are excited to partner with National World to continue to promote good food and hospitality, the aim of the Guide since its inception in 1951.”