Working with the best

Whether it’s PGI Scotch Beef, line-caught mussels from Mull or a packet of freshly baked morning rolls, we’re proud to source the very best in Scottish food and drink from all over the country – from Scotland’s larder to yours.

We work with Red Tractor and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) to ensure the meat, fish and poultry sold in stores come from suppliers who adhere to their independent ethical and environmental standards. To keep the whole family happy, we also offer the everyday brands you love at prices you’ll like even more. From Orkney to Edinburgh, no matter where you live you can be sure to find the same great value in every store, too.

Proud of your produce? We are always looking to grow our range of Scottish products for our customers, and welcome quality suppliers from across Scotland to get in touch.


Donald & Sons

Lee Godfrey of Browns Food Group, North Berwick

The Donald & Sons range is quintessentially Scottish. Hearty breakfasts are sorted with lorne sausage, black pudding and other stalwarts (perfect when you need them most), plus there’s traditional haggis for suppers and celebrations.

“We have been producing Haggis for over 30 years, our traditional recipes are made using quality ingredients at our site in North Berwick, East Lothian.”

Andrew, our berry farmer from Fife

We are committed to sourcing the best, and that includes our soft fruits that are locally sourced by Scottish farmers like Andrew. Berry farmer Andrew lives and works on his family-owned farm in Leven, Fife and credits the fresh, cool breeze of the Scottish sea for helping him produce the sweetest tasting fruit. The cooler temperatures give him time to build up the sugars so that they ripen at a slower pace.

Sustainability growing his fruit is super important to Andrew and is something that has been refined on his family farm over the years by investing in polytunnels and eco-friendly heating tunnels. This has helped them in the berry fruit growing process and made it a more sustainable method over the years.

Andrew pays extra attention to detail when it comes to picking and packing the fruit with each berry being placed gently in the punnet given out in stores. The process is all super quick with the team aiming to have the berries from field to the pack house and then off to Lidl distribution centres as quick as possible for customers to enjoy maximum freshness.

  • “Our third generation family bakery is nestled between the coast and the Scottish mountains, where we continue to proudly hand bake Scottish Shortbread made using the finest ingredients" 

    Paul Duncan - Shortbread

  • “Using the finest Scottish milled flour we have been baking rolls and cakes for over 50 years in the west of Scotland.”

    Alastair Sherry - Rolls

  • "We are a third generation family dairy, all our dairy products are made using the highest quality milk produced by our own local farmers."

    Robert Graham - Dairy

  • "We are a second generation family growing potatoes for Lidl, a relationship that spands two decades. Our farm at Glamis, Angus has stunning views of the Strathmore Valley and is the perfect location to grow delicious potatoes."

    Alan Layburn - Potatoes