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There are many benefits to growing crops in Scotland. Historic use of the land is less intensive, which means better rotation and healthier soils. There is also a good availability of sandy and light loam soils which are ideal for root production.

Climate plays an important role, with its variations around the country. During a Scottish summer,  we have lower average temperatures - placing less stress on crops, lower pest proliferation and longer daylight hours which all improve crop yield. In winter, growing in coastal areas helps reduce the risk of crops freezing.

Our produce portfolio can be categorised into five main areas:

Roots

  • Carrots
  • Swede
  • Parsnips

Brassicas

  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Cabbages
  • Spring Greens

Salads

  • Lettuce

Prepared

A range of single and mixed Ready to Cook and Ready to Eat vegetables

 

Procured

Predominantly grown to fill seasonal gaps and supply vegetables not grown in Scotland

products in focus

All your vegetable needs covered

Swede

Carrots

Cabbage

Sprouts

Spring Greens

Parsnip

Lettuce

Cauliflower

Kale

Exotics

Butternut Squash

Broccoli

Sweet Potato

Leeks

Courgettes

Peppers

Potato

Milan Turnip

Celery

Onion

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