Big McLelland Deal

Cooper, Olivia
April 2003
Farmers Weekly;4/11/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 14, p21
Trade Publication
Scotland's largest cheese company A McLelland and Son, has landed a £7m deal to supply dairy firm Sainsbury's with 1400t of Isle of Bute Cheddar. It is about 75% of production at the Isle of Bute Creamery, owned by McLelland and farmer-owned co-op First Milk. The move would help to ensure a profitable future for the creamery, said First Milk's Jonathan Horrell.


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