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Over 90 Scottish products to hit Lidl shelves this week

22/11/2023
Lidl's newest Scottish store in Paisley

AVAILABLE to fill shopping baskets from Thursday 23rd November, Lidl’s Scottish Larder is back by popular demand with a whopping 90 items available for a limited time only.

Featuring everything from Scotland’s most well-known producers and traditional dishes, to up and coming brands with innovative new flavour combinations, the event champions Scottish food from across the country, with prices starting from 89p. 

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Simon Howie fans will have their weekend fry ups and appetisers sorted with a Family Breakfast Pack (£2.99) and a 12 pack of Haggis Bon Bons for £2.49, as the two favourites return to shelves.

Other ‘picky bits’ coming back to the promotion include Mrs Unis Pakora Platter (£3.79) and much-loved Bells’ iconic two-pack of Steak and Haggis Pies for £1.49.

Some exciting new producers are also joining the fun, including Scottish Shellfish’s Scottish Mussels in a smoky and spicy Fire Roasted Harissa Sauce (£2.99). Customers can also grab a bag of the nation’s favourite pasta with Marshalls Spirali at 99p.

Let Lidl see you through lunchtime with a 400g pack of Hall’s Sliced Chopped Ham & Pork for £2.99 – new to the Scottish Larder and perfect for adding to a quick and easy sandwich.

Newcomer Braw Bar is shaking things up with a Cherry Bakewell Porridge Oat Bar (89p) and Dean’s of Huntly’s melt-in-the-mouth All Butter Shortbread Hearts and Lemon Shortbread Hearts (£1.99) will be everything your sweet tooth desires and more.

Available across all Lidl Scottish stores while stocks last, the Scottish Larder kicks off on 23rd November. The range of products on offer includes:

  • Baxters Cock-a-leekie Soup – £1.25
  • Bells Puff Pastry – £1.49
  • Bells Steak & Haggis Pies – £1.49
  • Bonnie Glen Mint Chocolate / Chocolate Orange Fudge – £1.49
  • Golden Cross Pickled Onion Rings – £1.25
  • Innis & Gunn Lager Beer 4.6% (10x440ml) – £11.29
  • Iron Brew Jelly Babies – 99p
  • Lee’s 28 Mini Snowballs – £1.69
  • Mackies XXL Scottish Honey Glazed Ham / Boxing Day Curry Crisps – £1.49
  • Mackies Toffee Coated Popcorn – £1.25
  • Mrs Unis Haggis Pakora – £1.59
  • Nairn’s Dark Chocolate Chip Oat Biscuits – 99p
  • Nairn’s Organic Super Seeded Oatcake – £1.29
  • Roberson’s Ayrshire Middle Smoked Bacon – £1.99
  • Robertson’s Pork Arran Mustard and Honey Sausages – £2.49
  • Speyside Specialties Premium White Pudding – £1.89
  • Tunnocks Mini Caramel Wafer Tub – £2.99
  • McIntosh of Strathmore Family Sized Macaroni – £3.79
  • Williams Brothers Juicy Joker NEIPA 5% (440ml) – £1.89
  • 71 Brewing Fruit Phaser 7.5% (440ml) – £2.19

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