These premises have closed.
The leading grower of fresh culinary herbs and salad leaves in Scotland, and one of the largest in Britain, Scotherbs now grow on 250 acres, and harvested 15,000kg of herbs each week in the height of the 2012 season. They also source the most popular herbs from abroad to ensure consistency of supply year-round to a customer base made up of independent food shops, supermarkets, wholesalers and food manufacturers. The company was founded by ex-dairy farmer Robert Wilson in 1987, and now employs over 120 members of staff. As well as whole leaves, they also supply washed and chopped herbs, UK-grown micro herbs and seasonal edible flowers, as well as a seasonal selection of more unusual herbs including sweet cicely, angelica, bronze fennel and lovage. The Scotherbs NPD team can work with customers to develop bespoke recipes using their fresh herbs and salad leaves, and can offer custom packaging and labelling.
Based in the fertile Carse of Gowrie, Scotherbs produce an outstanding range of herbs, salad leaves and even edible flowers. Started in 1987 by a pioneering dairy farmer, the business took off and now supplies over 15,000 kg of produce every week to its wholesale customers. Although they don’t sell direct to the public, their goods are available in many major supermarkets. The range covers all the classic herbs as well as more unusual species like sweet cicely, pansies and salad burnett.