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Stag Bakery, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis

Stag’s baking heritage on the beautifully unspoilt Outer Hebridean island of Lewis stretches back to 1885 and although the bakery is now modern, many things have not changed since those early days.

Skilled people, attention to detail, traditional recipes and time honoured methods are still at the heart of this artisan bakery and it shows in their products. Only the finest ingredients and lots of care go into their biscuits and cakes and nothing is rushed. Both their people and their doughs are given all the time they need to develop naturally, growing in flavour and character through the process.

The business is family run and Charlie MacDonald, owner and the driving force behind Stag Bakeries since 1993 is enthusiastic about good food. Charlie has his own PMA mnemonic; instead of Positive Mental Attitude he speaks of Passion, Motivation and Achievement. He inspires these standards in all of his staff. The result is an award winning product range that is unbeatable for taste and quality.

The pursuit of perfection is never far away from the thoughts of the Stag Bakery. Every recipe is carefully developed using traditional methods. The finest ingredients are sourced and care and attention are the focus of every stage of production. The aim is to produce the finest quality baked biscuit for each and every customer, be that a local on Lewis or a customer overseas. The passion, attention to detail and pursuit of quality are evident with every mouthful!

And, this is why Fresh Food Express is proud to stock Stag Bakery products online, for UK wide delivery.

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