Moray Food Network is an informal network of community organisations, individuals and small businesses that are all enthusiastic about sustainable healthy local food. We want to see more Moray people involved with the food they eat and being healthier as a result.

We started by promoting fresh local food. We created the directory on this website so everyone could see where to buy local produce, and local food businesses could advertise their local food.

Now, we’re more focussed on helping people to improve their food skills, knowledge and confidence. Until the end of March 2017, we are offering free food growing and cooking workshops in Moray, and providing opportunities to become ‘Confidence to Cook’ trainers, as part of the Eat Canny project. You can read more about the ‘Eat Canny’ project here, and you can see the food workshops – and other food events – advertised here.

If you’d like to know more about the Moray Food Network and what it has achieved, have a look at the downloads page. Here you can find:

  • the report for the first phase of MFN’s work (2013-14)
  • community research explaining how and why MFN became involved with ‘Confidence to Cook’ and the results (2013-15)
  • the interim report for the Eat Canny project (2016)


Moray Food Network holds occasional events to bring together those with an interest in food and health. We provide an update of what’s happening within the network and also ask speakers to give their input on a particular theme. There’s plenty of opportunity to network over the local soup and bread lunch.

So, Moray Food Network hopes to see more Moray people enthusiastic about eating Moray food and we’re keen to make it easier for them to produce it themselves or to buy from a diverse range of small local food businesses. We’d like to provide more opportunities for Moray people to find out about local seasonal food and how to grow, gather, cook and store it, as well as where to buy it, and about the benefits that local healthy food brings to individuals and the wider community. We seek to increase the co-operation of those involved in food and health in Moray so that we can learn from and support one another.

The Moray Food Network broadly supports the aims of Nourish Scotland in working for a fairer and more sustainable food system in Scotland.


connecting orgs

Connecting organisations with an ‘offers and wants’ board at MFN networking meeting

C2C lunch

Cooking lunch is part of the course with Confidence to Cook Training for Trainers

grow & cook

Grow it and then cook it – with REAP food workshops

TTF relaxing

Eating and relaxing are an important part of  TTF’s cooking classes

EYC smoothies

Celebrating a meal well cooked at Elgin Youth Café’s cooking classes

raised bed MFN

Many hands make light work – when filling a REAP raised bed for vegetable growing

Moray food producers and retailers, to check your details or add them to the food map, go to the Food Directory page and click on the ‘Contact Us’ button.

Moray local food eaters, if your favourite place to shop, eat or pick your own isn’t listed, please get in touch using the contact form on the Food Directory Page.


Moray Food Network steering group is:

Elgin Youth Development Group

Moray Health & Social Care Partnership


Transition Town Forres

If your organisation would like to be involved in the steering group, do contact us.