Klondyke Group purchases The Crieff Food Company

by | Nov 2, 2023 | Centre News, News | 0 comments

Klondyke acquires Crieff Food Co

The Klondyke Group Limited are pleased to announce the acquisition of The Crieff Food Company from founder Jamie Landale.

The award winning Perthshire business, includes a food hall, café and gift shop. The food hall offers a wide range of products from local suppliers and producers, plus its own butchers and deli selection.

The shop will continue to trade under the Crieff Food Company name and all of the staff will be retained by the garden centre group.

Commenting on the acquisition David Yardley, Chief Executive of Klondyke said ‘The Crieff Food Company has been long admired by the group and is a great addition to the portfolio. The nature of the business works nicely alongside our garden centres and we look forward to working with the team at Crieff to learn from their foodie expertise.”

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