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BURGERS made from Galloway beef are now for sale in supermarkets across Scotland.

The Galloway Cattle Society has supported the creation of the Galloway Gourmet Burger as part of a project to make Galloway beef more identifiable and more accessible.Pictured showing off the product, which is being sold in Aldi stores, is the new chef ambassador for Real Galloway Beef, Fraser Cameron, 21, from Dalry. He said: “Galloway beef is an exceptional meat with a full, rich flavour. The burger is a really easy and convenient way for people to try Galloway beef for the first time and it’s great to see my local native cattle breed being showcased by a major retailer in this way.” And Dorothy Goldie, secretary of the Galloway Cattle Society, added: “We are keen to grow the market for Galloway beef to help us grow breed numbers. Working collaboratively across the supply chain will help make sure this important native breed is more widely recognised across Scotland.”

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