Midlothian supports Scotch Beef Club

Heart of Midlothian Football Club has become a member of Quality Meat Scotland’s Scotch Beef Club, the first Scottish Premiership club to do so. 

Membership of the club means guests of Tynecastle, the football club’s home ground – whether attending a game, corporate event, or special occasion – will now be able to choose an option from the menu made with Scotch Beef PGI.

Linlithgow-based Campbells Prime Meat will supply Scotch Beef to the football club.

The Scotch Beef Club offers membership to restaurants that are proud to serve Scotch Beef. Applicants vary from Michelin-starred to smaller diners that are committed to local sourcing and serve well-prepared fresh food.

Margaret Stewart, marketing manager at QMS, said: “We are delighted to welcome Heart of Midlothian Football Club into the Scotch Beef Club.

“Hearts have now joined this very special group of restaurants who base their cooking on quality ingredients and who care about where their meat comes from and how it has been reared.”

Graeme Pacitti, head of hospitality at Hearts, said: “We are proud to have gained this significant accolade and that we are leading the way in an innovative use of Scottish quality produce.”

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