Angus Growers’ berries cream of the crop at Royal Highland Show

A Generic Photo of a pile of strawberries.

A Generic Photo of a pile of strawberries.

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An Angus-based fruit supplier was showcasing its berries at the Royal Highland Show in Ingliston last week.

Angus Growers, which produces raspberries, blueberries and strawberries for Aldi was in the retailer’s section at the Royal Highland Show along with 13 other producers working with the supermarket.

The group which was established in 2003 currently employs around 1200 staff and turned over £35m last year. They have been working with Aldi since 2012.

William Houstoun, General Manager at Angus Growers, said:“We are delighted that Aldi showcased our products at the Royal Highland Show for the second year in a row. They have been key in helping us grow our business over the past four years and we hope we can keep building on the relationship in the future.”

Richard Holloway, Managing Director at Aldi in Scotland, said: “We are very proud to be working with some of the best producers in Scotland showcasing their products at the Royal Highland Show. Our relationships with these producers allow us to bring our customers the best Scottish products at everyday low prices and for that reason we hope to continue growing relationships like these across the country.”