LONG a Sunday treat dispensed by indulgent grannies, the Tunnock's Teacake has been elevated to the status of a cultural icon by the art world.
CHEEKY members of the Tartan Army are trying to charm their way into Austrian referee Konrad Plautz good books ahead of Scotland's crunch tie with France.
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SCOTTISH biscuit maker Tunnock's, which earlier this month issued its first profit warning in the company's 117-year history, has reaffirmed its plans to stay independent.
THE boss of confectionery maker Tunnocks said the firm was in the "worst situation" he had witnessed as he issued the first profit warning in the company's 117-year history.
TUNNOCK'S, the iconic teacake and caramel log makers, has issued the first profit warning in the firm's 117-year history, as rising ingredient and production costs combine with a ruthless squeeze on margins by supermarkets to dilute the benefits of strong sales.
SCOTTISH confectionery icon Tunnock's has reported a sharp rise in overseas sales as sweet-toothed consumers as far afield as Trinidad and Saudi Arabia snap up its Caramel Logs and Snowballs.
HUNDREDS of workers yesterday called off a 24-hour stoppage at the Tunnock's biscuit factory in Uddingston.
AN HEIR to the Tunnock's teacake fortune has become a cult hero on the internet after he raced a train on his mountain bike - and won.
WHAT a week!
ICONIC Scottish confectioner Thomas Tunnock has ended the year with news of rising profits.
THOMAS Tunnock, the 115-year-old Scottish confectioner, has posted a small increase in its earnings, marking the second year of recovery for the business.
IT ALL started with some idle channel flicking.
THERE is a scene ingrained on my memory that, rather improbably, unites Charles Dickens and Marcel Proust. It was the early 1960s, teatime at my Dundee granny's house. Around the table were aunts in twinsets and freshly scrubbed cousins. Tea was moving on apace, from steak pie to pudding. And, with the ice-cream, which a cardiganned uncle had run to the Italian shop to buy, were Tunnock's snowballs.
SCOTLAND is about to play a crucial role in rebuilding post-war Iraq - by exporting one of its most celebrated products, Tunnock’s caramel wafers.
PEACE in the Middle East has long proved illusive.
TUNNOCK’S, the family-owned biscuit maker famous for its caramel wafers and marshmallow teacakes, arrested a decline in domestic sales last year as it reported a 12 per cent increase in pre-tax profits.
IRN BRU and Tunnock’s Tea Cakes will be among the inflight offerings from a new, Scottish, low-cost airline which was launched yesterday.
SALES at Scottish baker Tunnock slumped by a third in the year to February.
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