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Tattie scones are tops in Scotland

Section:  Moffat

THEY’VE only ‘scone’ and done it . . . R Little Bakers of Moffat bakes the best potato scone in Scotland say the judges at the Scottish Baker of the Year Awards.

Scottish Baker of the Year Conference awards ceremony, Crowne Plaza, Glasgow. May 6 2017

Their prize was presented by Mich Turner MBE at a glittering ceremony hosted by Scottish Bakers.

Thrilled at the award win, baker David Little said: “We are extremely pleased to be recognised as one of Scotland’s best bakers. “We take our business very seriously and use traditional methods and craftsmen’s skills to deliver quality every time. But we could not have come this far in the competition without the votes of all of our customers, thank you.”

Chief executive of Scottish Bakers Alan Clarke said: “It’s been a long journey to get to this point. Over 11,000 customers from across Scotland voted for their favourite bakery products across eight categories.

“In April, more than 115 bakers delivered 850 of the most popular products in the land for scrutiny by a panel of 56 expert and independent judges led by artisan baker Robert Ross. With products from Stranraer to Shetland, we now have a ringing endorsement for our industry.”

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