Media Release: Baker reports surge in demand for traditional fare ahead of Burns Day

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BRADFORD’s Bakers, one of Glasgow’s best known and oldest family firms, has reported a surge in demand for traditional fare as Scots prepare to celebrate Burns Day in style.

Supplies of its haggis pies, haggis savouries, shortbread and oatcakes are flying off the shelves faster than ever before as customers rediscover a taste for more traditional foods.

Claire Bradford of Bradford’s Bakers said: “What better way to celebrate Burns Day than with some traditional Scottish fare? Our Burns Day range is perfect for celebrating our national bard with some traditional Scottish produce – and go down a treat with everyone aged three to 93!”

Bradford’s Burns range is available from its branches in Giffnock, Pollokshaws, Eaglesham, Merrylee, Newton Mearns, Clarkston, Neilston, Clarence Drive, Sauchiehall Street, East Kilbride, Milngavie, Crow Road and Troon.

Founded in the south side of Glasgow in 1924, Bradford’s Bakers remains a family owned and operated business with support from skilled staff still baking traditional hand crafted products.


For further information please contact Susan Christie on tel 0141 561 4018

Issued on behalf of Bradford’s Bakers by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018

Date 22nd January 2013.

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Contact: Susan Christie
Phone: 01415614018