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The company was founded by Joseph Walker when he opened his village bakery in 1898 and today his grandchildren and great grandchildren carry forward the tradition of baking the finest shortbreads, biscuits, cakes and oatcakes, using his original recipes. In the heart of beautiful Speyside, in the Scottish highlands, nestles the village of Aberlour, where Walkers Shortbread is still baked as it always has been, using flour, pure creamery butter, sugar and salt. It is guaranteed to contain no artificial flavouring, colouring or additives. Walkers oatcakes are baked to a traditional recipe and made almost entirely from either coarse or fine-grained oats. Fruit cakes also free from artificial colourings and flavourings.
Reviews & features
Oat Cuisine: a selection of Scotland's definitive biscuit1 May 2009
Oatcakes are the definitive Scottish biscuit, but there’s a vast range. The Larder got together with Mary Contini in the Valvona & Crolla Food Hall in Jenners to sample a selection.