Friday, 23 November 2012

Taste of Scotland - 34

Here we see a Tunnock's teacake.

Tunnock's biscuit products are more than a Scottish phenomenon. They're in demand both over the border and overseas. They were first exported from Uddingston to Newfoundland, Canada, back in 1957.

Nowadays container loads of product are shipped to destinations as far apart as the Caribbean, Kuwait, Canada and Japan. No matter the climate - hot or cold - Tunnock products have a universal appeal. Thirty plus countries across 6 continents just can't resist their enduring flavour.

The future aim is to convert even more countries to these Scottish delights, giving a greater number of Scots abroad these special reminders of home.

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