MacDuff 1890 enters retail market

MacDuff 1890 enters retail market

Scottish meat wholesaler MacDuff 1890 is launching its first retail venture as part of the Bonnie & Wild Food Hall in Edinburgh. 

Andrew Duff (right) with his father, Rory, of MacDuff 1890.

MacDuff 1890, which traces its origins back to the year 1890, supplies premium quality beef, lamb and pork to butchers, chefs and caterers across the UK and overseas.

The Wishaw-based business sources from a small network of quality assured family-run farms, and counts some of Scotland’s best-known chefs and restaurants among its customers, including chefs Scott Smith at Fhior, Roberta Hall at The Little Chartroom, Fred Berkmiller at L’escargot Bleu, Stuart Ralston at Noto and Aizle, and Neil Forbes at Cafe St Honore. 

Andrew Duff, managing director of MacDuff 1890, said: “The farms we source from are among the finest in the country. The knowledge of animal welfare and rearing is best-in-class, meaning these animals have the best quality of life possible, while providing produce of the highest quality and complete traceability from farm to plate.”

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