Remembering Robert Burns and showing off Macsween’s haggis at M&S The Gyle Centre.

PHOTO Greg Macvean M&S Gyle Burns Night celebration with the haggis being piped in and carried by Charlie Macsween and addressed by Macsween Managing Director James Macsween

James Macsween, Managing Director at Macsween and guardian of our national dish, put on a performance this Burns Night as he addressed the haggis in M&S’s Gyle store in Edinburgh.

Customers were treated to this one-of-a-kind shopping experience which saw the haggis piped into the foodhall and highland dancers put on a show. Lots of tasters of M&S’s Burns Night range were on offer for all as locals celebrated Scotland’s age-old tradition.

Macsween makes an exclusive recipe of their sensationally popular haggis especially for M&S.

With new delicious additions such as Haggis, Neeps and Tatties en Croute, as well as traditional favourites, including the signature haggis especially made by James Macsween, M&S has everything you need for a Burns Night feast to remember. 

Macsween has been supplying M&S with phenomenally tasty and succulent Haggis and Vegetarian Haggis products since 2012. As the innovators behind the first ever Vegetarian Haggis 35 years ago, there is now a Haggis for everyone to devour on Burns Night with M&S Food.

M&S serves two million customers a week across Scotland and has served Scottish customers for over 100 years – the first store opened in Dundee in 1918. 

M&S has a network of over 40 food suppliers based in Scotland, who work with more than 4,000 farms and supply fantastic products across the while of the UK.

Over 2,500 of their products are made from raw materials sourced from Scottish producers.

M&S first began sourcing from Scottish food producers in the 1930s and the supply base has gone from strength to strength.

PHOTO Greg Macvean M&S Gyle Burns Night celebration with the haggis being piped in and carried by Charlie Macsween and addressed by Macsween Managing Director James Macsween