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Customer Awards – The Grove Chippy

Congratulations to The Grove Chippy, Montrose for winning Best Fish and Chip Shop in Angus at Scotlands Business Awards! After winning the regional award, The Grove can then compete in the national Grand Final held in Glasgow along with the other 15 regional...

Customer Awards – The Grill

Customer Awards – The Grill

The Food Awards Scotland is more than just an awards ceremony; it's a platform that unites food lovers, professionals, and enthusiasts to celebrate the heart and soul of Scotland's food industry. It is an annual event that recognises and honours the achievements of...

Grampian Growers Announcement – Kirsty Spink

Grampian Growers are pleased to announce that Kirsty Spink was appointed to the role of Managing Director with effect from Monday 1st May 2023. Kirsty has been with Grampian Growers for over 35 years and has successfully managed the company's finance functions for...

Spanish Agria Potatoes

Spanish Agria Potatoes

Jon has been visiting our Spanish supplier this week in the Murcia region of the country near the city of Cartagena. With English potatoes looking like they will dry up quickly this year, we need a Spanish supply of Agria to keep the shops going for a few weeks. The...

National Fish and Chip Awards 2023

National Fish and Chip Awards 2023

At the end of February, we joined long-standing customers Lows Traditional Fish & Chips at the National Fish & Chip Awards 2023 in London where they were in the top 10 for the Fish and Chp Takeaway of the Year award. Sadly, it wasn't to be for them however it...

Harvesting Sagitta 2022

Sagitta getting lifted in Lincolnshire this week. Harvest conditions have improved, and the quality looks excellent. The summer drought hammered the crops' growth, and therefore we are seeing smaller potatoes in comparison to the last few years. [video width="352"...

New 2022 potato crop

New 2022 potato crop

Some photos of 2022 planted chipping potato crops starting to emerge through the ground down south in Cambs, Lincs and Norfolk regions. These will then be ready and due to lift around August time as the start of the new season crop.

 

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