Cumbernauld soup firm wins £250,000 Tesco supply deal

David Sword with the Scottish Soup Company's range that will be stocked by Tesco. Picture: Dominic Cocozza
David Sword with the Scottish Soup Company's range that will be stocked by Tesco. Picture: Dominic Cocozza
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The Scottish Soup Company is celebrating after being awarded a £250,000 deal with Tesco to supply five products to 64 of the supermarket giant’s stores north of the Border.

The Cumbernauld-based firm is run by brothers David and Douglas Sword, and its new range includes healthy choices such as cream of tomato that have been developed with Scottish Slimmers.

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Kev Parker, Tesco buyer for Scotland, said: “Customers love our range of soup and we’re sure they’ll enjoy this delicious new range from The Scottish Soup Company.

“We are proud to champion Scottish food and drink across our stores, and are delighted to welcome the Scottish Soup Company’s range of five traditional fresh soups to Tesco stores.”