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Brakes Scotland Partners with Lactallis McLelland

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Brakes Scotland Partners with Lactallis McLelland

Brakes Scotland Partners with Lactallis McLelland
November 11
07:55 2016

CIS Excellence Young Chef of the Year Award sponsor, Brakes Scotland, has partnered with an Ayrshire cheese producer to emphasize the company’s regional sourcing philosophy.

Lactalis McLelland, one of the town’s largest employers, has enjoyed a long relationship with farmers and local communities in the area. Group MD Mark Taylor said: ‘We are extremely proud to partner with Brakes as their key supplier of Scottish Cheddar; everyone works hard to produce a great cheddar for consumers to enjoy and this is great recognition of that commitment. We very much look forward to building our business with Brakes.’

John McLintock, Operations Director for Brakes Scotland, added: ‘We set out to expand our product range in 2016 and specifically focused on our dairy offering. Ten months into the year and we now have a comprehensive dairy range – with the final focus on Scottish cheese. McLelland is a well-known company in Scotland with great Scottish roots and their classic block and grated cheese is a welcome addition to our dairy range.

‘We’re proud of the customer base we’ve built here, our teams and the 400 Scottish products in our new Scottish brochure.’

High in proteins and calcium, McLelland Scottish Cheddar is available through Brakes in 4.75kg Blocks (Mature White, Mature Coloured, Mild Coloured) and 1kg grated bags (Mature White, Mature Coloured, Mild White, Mild Coloured).


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