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Aberdeenshire food producer part of Scottish Larder showcase


By Kyle Ritchie

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The best in food and drink from more than 30 of the nation’s top producers, including Mackie's in Aberdeenshire, will be highlighted in Lidl’s Scottish Larder.

With classic dishes and unique tastes, the in-store promotion celebrates suppliers from every corner of Scotland.

In time for a summer of reunions, Mackie’s of Scotland brings the snacks to the line-up with its assorted range of popcorn, potato crisps and ridge cut crisps

Mackie's of Scotland is part of the Scottish Larder showcase.
Mackie's of Scotland is part of the Scottish Larder showcase.

The line-up also features Tunnocks, Simon Howie, Tennents and award-winning bakery Nairn’s with its Scottish oatcakes and new biscuits.

The biscuits come in a range of flavours including two exclusives – dark chocolate and mint and salted caramel.

Founded in 1896, Nairn’s have grown from a local bakery in Strathaven to become one of Scotland’s top biscuit masters with a range of sweet and savoury products ranging from the cheese oatcake to the peri peri oatcake.

With two sites in Scotland’s capital city, Nairn’s Peffermill bakery alone makes two million biscuits every single day – enough to cover the entire pitch at Murrayfield Stadium.

Alongside Nairn’s, Hamilton-based Equi’s Ice Cream caters for those with a sweet tooth as its ‘Strictly Vegan’ strawberry ice cream joins the line-up.

Other products include Tunnocks’ dark chocolate teacakes; Tennents’ Zero non-alcoholic beer and Simon Howie’s family sized breakfast pack.


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