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Graham’s The Family Dairy cooks up promotion with Nick Nairn

Graham’s The Family Dairy, Scotland’s largest independent dairy company and the UK’s seventh-largest liquid milk producer, has teamed up with TV chef and entrepreneur Nick Nairn to launch its first on-pack promotion.

Until the end of July 2008, Graham’s customers will have the chance to win one of 40 full days at the Nick Nairn Cook School.  Also up for grabs will be 100 copies of the new Cook School Book.  The book is an indispensable guide to cooking for everyone from toast burners to soufflé kings and is packed full of tips, techniques and delicious recipes.

The promotion will feature on Graham’s whole, semi-skimmed and skimmed milk and its organic semi-skimmed two pint, which accounts for 80 per cent of all organic milk sales.   The partnership is also being promoted through both Graham’s and Nick Nairn’s websites.

In addition to appearing on pack, Nick will also make a special guest appearance at the Graham’s stand at this week’s Royal Highland Show on Sunday 22 June between 3.30pm and 4.30pm.  A further space at the Cook School will be raffled at the event to raise money for the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS), Graham’s nominated charity.

Commenting on the partnership, Robert Graham, managing director of Graham’s The Family Dairy, said: “Nick is a popular and well-respected figure and is viewed as something of an ambassador for fresh Scottish produce, so having him feature on our packaging is a real coup for us.

“We believe it is an indication of the quality of our products and look forward to working in synergy with Nick to ensure that more Scots become aware of, and ultimately introduce the best Scotland has to offer into their diets.”

Nick Nairn added: “The basic philosophy taught at the Cook School centres around using the best produce, which is why we use Graham’s products every day.  All our produce is sourced with great care and for us it has to be the best in its class.  Graham’s supreme standard range certainly falls within this bracket.”