Balmalcolm is a village in Fife, Kettle Parish, Scotland, situated exactly in the middle of Kingdom of Fife on A92 between Glenrothes and Cupar. The village was built in the 18th century and it is a local farming centre. It is home to a large vegetable packing and distribution factory Kettle Produce. It was the centre of some controversy in the late 1990s when a high level of nitrates were found in the local borehole, which was attributed to the intensive farming of the local area with green vegetables.
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