Earlier this year, The Really Garlicky Company combined forces with Scotland’s largest independent dairy company, Graham’s The Family Dairy, to create the 100 per cent Scottish Really Garlicky Butter, now available in Tesco stores throughout Scotland.
Garlic butter was one of the first products produced by The Really Garlicky Company since the company was established nine years ago. The recent collaboration with Graham’s brings two Scottish farming families together, creating a quality product and reaffirming both companies’ commitment to provenance of ingredients.
From their farm at the foot of the Cawdor Hills in Nairn, Really Garlicky entrepreneurs Glen and Gilli Allingham are the only UK growers of Porcelain garlic. After three years of growing trials cordon bleu cook Gilli and farmer Glen perfected a locally produced garlic that offers exceptional flavour with no bitter aftertaste texture and garlic renowned health benefits.
Based in Bridge of Allan, collaborative partner Graham’s The Family Dairy has been farming in the Stirling area for five generations. Robert Graham, managing director at Graham’s commented on the partnership: “In our 70th year as a family dairy, supplying high quality Scottish produce to Scottish consumers continues to be of paramount to us.
“Our collaboration with Gilli and Glen underpins our commitment to supporting local food producers in Scotland. The high quality of Really Garlicky Butter really sets the product apart from competitors.”
Really Garlicky Butter retails at £1.49 at selected Tesco Stores, delis and farm shops throughout Scotland.