A SCOTTISH Cafe has been forced to close amid the cost of living crisis.

After two years of trading, the owners of Fulla Beans in Cardonald, Glasgow have made the tough decision to cease trading.

In a statement shared on Facebook, the Fulla Beans team broke the news with "sadness and regret".

The acknowledged that the tough economic climate was too difficult for the business to survive.

The last day of business will be Monday, April 10.

A spokesperson for Fulla Beans said: "It is with great sadness and regret that we have to inform everyone that Fulla Beans will be closing our doors for good.

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"The last day of trading for us will be tomorrow, we then shut up shop.

"It has been a challenging time for all, unfortunately for us. The current climate has proven too difficult for us to continue and survive.

"We would like to thank all of our customers for their business over the last two years, and wish you all good luck in the future.

"We are open today and tomorrow, business as usual though."