We now take payment online! All products are now sold at a fixed price so that you can checkout and pay online to complete your order. You can still choose to pay on collection if you prefer, but all delivery orders must be paid for online now.
You will be prompted at checkout to select your preferred date for collection. For next working day orders must be placed before 1pm. Please note you cannot collect on a Monday.
All orders should be ready to collect by 8am on the day you have chosen.
Supermarkets: All our permanent / current seasonal stock should be listed. Short term special buys may not be listed as they are only available for a few days. For any supermarket product queries please email email@example.com
Click & Collect/ Deliveries: We have listed all our ‘best sellers’ available from the Perth & Auchterarder shops. If there is an item you would like to order that isn’t available online, please contact the shops directly to arrange this.
Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays each week:
PH1 – Perth, Glenalmond, Luncarty, Almondbank, Rhynd
PH2 – Perth, Dunning and surrounding areas
PH3 – Auchterarder, Aberuthven, Findo Gask, Gleneagles Village, Kirkton, Gask, Gleneagles, Damside, Muirton
On Tuesdays and Fridays we deliver to:
PH2 – Glendoick, Errol, Rait, Bridge of Earn, Scone, St. Madoes, Fordangenny, Balbeggie, Moncrieffe and Friarton
And on Saturdays we deliver to:
PH1 – Methven
PH4 – Blackford
PH5 – Muthill, Machany, Westerton
PH7 – Crieff, Fowlis Wester, Madderty
Simply opt for delivery in the ‘shopping cart’ panel, enter your postcode and select your preferred delivery date from the dates available to you then pay and checkout.
Delivery costs £3.99 or FREE for orders over £50!
We now take payment for delivery orders online. Please pay at the checkout to complete your order.
We’re here to help! Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, or give our main office a call on 01764 684332 so we can advise on any problems you may be experiencing.
Or if you’d prefer, call either of our local shops directly to place your order for collection or local delivery.
Perth – 01738 626376
Auchterarder – 01764 664888
Soft plastic pouches such as our haggis bag can now be recycled at large supermarkets along with carrier bags. Please take the haggis bag with you to your largest supermarket near you and deposit it into the soft plastic collection point. The haggis bags are not recyclable from your kerbside recycling collections.
No – the haggis bag is merely a carrier for the haggis ‘bung’ within. The plastic bag has 2 holes in the bottom to allow moisture to escape.
We cannot recommend reheating the haggis the following day, as at this point it has already been cooked twice; we do not perform validation tests on further reheating by the consumer. If you do decide to reheat your haggis, please ensure it is piping hot throughout before serving.
Although the black pudding has been cooked once at the factory, it is produced in a raw area, so we must also class the finished product as raw. ‘Ready to eat’ products need to be produced in a high care department which our puddings are not, therefore we do not consider these products fit to be eaten straight from the packaging – they must be thoroughly re-heated prior to consumption.
Raw products should never be cooked straight from frozen. They must be fully defrosted, before cooking, either in the fridge or in the microwave on the defrost setting (this always needs to be specified) and consumed within 24 hours.
We are inundated with requests for sponsorship, raffle prizes and charitable donations. While we help as many as we can, unfortunately we cannot support them all. Please email your request to email@example.com so that the right team can review the request and allocate support fairly across all the messages of help that we receive.
Unfortunately as the counter products in the shops are ‘homemade’, they have not been tested for nutritional values and we do not have this information to share.
We no longer supply food service. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Simon Howie was born and bred in Dunning, where the factory is based and where he still lives today. His house is a stone’s throw from the factory! He is in the business most days and still leads the business forward as it grows from strength to strength.
We operate 2 award winning butcher shops in Perth and Auchterarder.
We also supply the major supermarkets with our range of popular meat products, from the UK’s number 1 haggis to Scotland’s best-selling black pudding and dry cure branded bacon.
While the majority of our products are widely available in supermarkets across Scotland, our Original Haggis and Wee Black Pudding are available nationwide from Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons. We also have bacon, white pudding and sliced black pudding available to buy from selected stores in England. For more information please use our stockist finder or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This could be for various reasons. Products like haggis and vegetarian haggis are sold nationwide in January in the run up to Burns Night, but are not as widely available throughout the year.
Alternatively the product could have been a seasonal line, only in for a short period like our Christmas and BBQ lines.
Or the supermarket may have done a range change and simply decided to no longer stock that product.
Ultimately, it is the supermarkets that decide what is stocked on the shelves and where. If it was up to us, we would be everywhere! However, you can speak to customer services in your local supermarket as some retailers will order products in as ‘local choice’.
Our Vegetarian Haggis is available to buy in England in January in the run up to Burns Night but is not currently stocked outwith Scotland at any other time of the year.
Please visit the product page of the item in question, as all cooking instructions are listed there.
Please use the search functionality (top left corner) or the category tags to filter for gluten free. All our gluten free products will be shown. Any products that are gluten free will be labelled as such on the product page.
All meat & poultry is sourced from the UK & Ireland, with the majority of beef being from Scotland. Full traceability back to abattoir can be performed by our suppliers and checks are performed annually. There is a scheduled regime of DNA testing covering both raw materials and finished product to ensure the integrity of all purchased meat; the schedule is based on detailed risk assessment of individual suppliers.
We focus on sourcing suppliers whose livestock comes from farms that operate with industry approved animal welfare certifications. The essence of these schemes is to protect and ensure a healthy environment for livestock through promoting the respective high levels of Animal Husbandry, Nutrition, Animal Records, Identification, Traceability and Sourcing, Housing and Handling, Transport, Grassland Management and Environmental Care.
Our pigs are not currently outdoor bred, however all our pork used for bacon is from the UK and has full traceability back to farm.
All pigs are sourced from farms which have Red Tractor Farm Assurance as a minimum standard, the essence of which is to protect and ensure a healthy environment for livestock through promoting the respective high levels of animal husbandry, nutrition, housing & handling, transport, grassland management and environmental care.
We do not use peanuts or tree nuts (e.g. pecans, walnut, hazelnut, almonds, pistachio, macadamia, cashews) as ingredients in any of our products and whilst we endeavour to source ingredients from suppliers who also do not handle nuts, we cannot guarantee that they are 100% ‘nut free’ as we do not test for the presence of nut traces.
We take the use of palm oil in our products very seriously and it is very much in review. While palm oil is currently very unpopular in the media, we are determined to make the right change rather than a quick one. A recent report examining the problems relating to palm oil says alternatives like soy, corn and rapeseed could be even worse because these crops are much more land-hungry. It points out palm oil’s many disadvantages but warns that alternatives would likely lead to even more biodiversity losses and problems rather than provide a solution. We are seeking expert advice to ensure any changes that we make are the right ones and for the right reasons.
We pride ourselves in the quality of our products, however, if you are dissatisfied or disappointed with any of our products we hope you will contact us to allow us to discuss the matter with you and get to the bottom of what went wrong.
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