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Craft beer trends continues to grow

Partnership strengthened with the Craft Beer Clan of Scotland

Contract value totals £875k between the 10 breweries
25 new lines from 10 suppliers launching across Scotland
Asda stores across the country will now stock over 100 Scottish beers, ales and ciders

We are delighted to announce the addition of Aberfeldy Oatmeal & Sarah Gray’s preserves to our expanding list of clients.

The family run businesses are owned & managed by husband and wife team Sandy & Sarah Gray, we are excited about the brand potential for both products.

 

The team that helped drive a £850,000 supermarket deal for some of Scotland’s best craft breweries are planning to roll out their innovative business model across the UK.

 

Ross & Brown clients the Craft Beer Clan of Scotland have announced a major deal with Asda to stock 9 Clan Brewers in their 61 Scottish Stores.

The first NHS-run Convenience Store opened today  in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI), Aroma by Simply Fresh developed with Ross & Brown.

Aberfeldy Oatmeal & Sarah Gray's preserves join expanding list of clients

Jun 6, 2016
Aberfeldy Oatmeal & Sarah Gray's preserves join expanding list of clients

We are delighted to announce the addition of Aberfeldy Oatmeal & Sarah Gray’s preserves to our expanding list of clients.

The family run businesses are owned & managed by husband and wife team Sandy & Sarah Gray, we are excited about the brand potential for both products.

 

Aberfeldy Oatmeal, run by Sandy Gray now continues to supply quality oatmeal and flour throughout the UK. We are a family business where Sarah and I work together in supplying oatmeal, flour and homemade jams. We have three children who all love getting involved. From helping at farmers markets to testing out the porridge oats every morning, giving them the strength to help pack the van for deliveries!

Aberfeldy Oatmeal was first founded in 1987 by the Rogers family when they restored the Water mill, originally built in 1825. In the year 2000, Tom Rogers closed the mill down and moved their business back to Cupar where they had their oats milled at the mill in Kelso. The flour was then bought from Carr's flour mill in Kirkcaldy.
I took on the Aberfeldy brand in 2012 and have carried on getting the oats milled in Kelso. They can produce the tastiest oatmeal on the market today. The flour still comes from Carr’s - by far the highest quality flour I have ever used.

With my husband, I run 'Sarah Gray's' from our family kitchen in Angus where I make a range of jams, marmalades, jellies and curds. I make in small batches using locally sourced ingredients and tend to get my berries from our cousins only five miles away.
Our three children are our inspiration and the reason we're dedicated to bringing you our range of delicious, hand made products. When I'm not running around after them, I can be found busy in the kitchen, keeping up with the already high demand!
Each ingredient is carefully chosen to ensure the best flavour and texture. My newest products are lemon curd, lime curd and chilli jam which seem to be already very popular! Although I make a range of sweet jams and marmalades, I also make a couple of what I call cheeseboard companions... port wine jelly and spiced apple.
I have also just launched my new range of savoury chutneys which are ideal with oatcakes and cheese as well as an accompaniment to salads, pate and inside sandwiches and panini’s.