The Scottish Fruit Company

The Scotich Fruit CompnyThe Scottish Fruit Company, Scottish fruit cheese. All made in Scotland with local ingredients by Danya Caceres who herself comes from a family of foodies. After meeting here Spanish husband she decided to make traditional fruit cheese, quince style from local fruits. Due to the quality of Scottish fruits even the Spanish chefs were amazed and from there the business grew in to what it is today. Preserving fruit in Scotland has been done for many years and the technique used here certainly preserves there fruits to their fullest flavour. For information on this innovative product please call the office to speak with one of our trained team.

Available in the following Scottish flavours sold as a 1k block

  • Blackcurrant
  • RhubarbScottich Fruit
  • Gooseberry
  • Plum
  • Quince

With seasonal fruit guest appearances including:

  • Rowan Berries
  • Pear
  • Crab Apple
  • Hedgerow

It is 100% Natural, 100% Scottish and 100% Made With Passion

The perfect partner for cheese, game & oily fish in fact it’s so versatile the limit is your imagination.

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The success of Perthshire Preserves

6 years ago Iain Mackenzie and Kate Thornhill started up their business, leaving managerial jobs in the hotel trade, to make jam. But not any old jam! In the first year PerthshiIMG_5646re Preserves won a Bronze Award, and has continued winning awards. The most recent, a Gold Award, for their Orange Marmalade with 12yr old Deanston Malt whisky, and two other Silver Awards. At the start their range was small, with just 6 products, now they have around 70. Many coming and going throughout the year, as seasonal ingredients are used. The top seller is Lemon Curd.

After 5 yeIMG_5649ars of working from home Iain and Kate moved the business to larger premises. When I arrived at the unit in Stirling, the most delicious smell of Orange Marmalade in the making met me, my mouth watering instantly. Iain and Kate do all the preparing and making of the preserves themselves.

It is hard work but clearly rewarding. They also sell from many of the local farmers markets including Stockbridge in Edinburgh, Perth and Aberdeen. On their first market stall 6 years ago they took £40 and were delighted. Things have moved on apace for them!

The success of Perthshire Preserves has been achieved through much hard work by Iain and Kate. Congratulations from Mark Murphy & Partner. We are proud to supply them and you should try their lemon curd, it’s very, very good…