The food of our city and where to find it
Liverpool has a diverse food heritage, courtesy of our cultural mix of peoples and our own somewhat independent attitude. The Liverpool Scran project aims to raise the profile of the many hidden food gems within our city region – ranging from supper clubs to markets, junk food cafes to specialist cheese shops, makers of Scouse, bakers of bread, creators of the Maclair, the Homebaked Pie and the best bagels outside New York. We’re coffee drinkers, plant food eaters, cheese tasters, jerk chicken makers and market shoppers. We want to take you on a food trail of discovery round the Liverpool City Region’s many independent eateries, markets, farms and specialist shops.
Join us and find the best Liverpool Scran!
A key component of the project will be to embrace and welcome tourists to our region, collaborating across the city region to promote the diversity of local food options and setting up a template for continued promotional activity. This grant will help highlight the tremendous opportunity local food offers to our region. We’ve included Liverpool City Region rather than just the city of Liverpool, as Liverpool lacks an agricultural sector but we benefit from easy access to great farms within our region.