Tomatoes have been grown in the Clyde Valley of Scotland for almost 100 years, but always as a seasonal product. Advances in technology have helped stretch the season a bit, but we’re proud to be bastians of seasonal produce – we harvest our tomatoes from April through to November, depending on the weather. Our stockist list is growing by the day and week, look out for our tomatoes here:

Throughout Scotland

Waitrose,  Clyde Valley Tomato Brand.

Morrisons,  packaged under the Scotty Brand.

Dobbies Garden Centres


Farmers Markets

Glasgow West End Farmers Market, second and fourth Saturday of the month.

Edinburgh Castle Terrace Farmers Market, every Saturday

Haddington Farmers Market, the last Saturday of every month


Edinburgh and The East

Knowes Farm Shop, East Linton

Hopetoun Farm Shop, South Queensferry

Craigie’s Farm Shop, South Queensferry

Gosford Bothy, nr Aberlady

Fenton Barns Farm Shop, East Linton

Cafe St Honore, Edinburgh

The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant, The National Gallery, Edinburgh

Edinburgh Larder Bistro

Gardeners Cottage, Edinburgh


Glasgow and The West

Locavore Community Store, Glasgow

Whole Foods Market, Giffnock, Glasgow



Local, Lanarkshire

Ramsays of Carluke, Butchers

Silver Birch Garden Centre, Crossford

The Orchard, Biggar


Around Scotland  

The House of Bruar, Blair Atholl

Ardross Farm Shop, Elie

Balgove Larder, St Andrews


We have many other new customers joining this year, and we’ll add them as they come on board. Thank you all for your support!



If you are interested in stocking our tomatoes, please contact us using the form below . Please note we are experiencing a very high number of requests for new stockists, and it may take us a few days to get back to you.

5 thoughts on “Stockists

  1. Absolutely delighted to get clyde valley tomatoes. They taste great – just like tomatoes used to taste.

  2. Just tasted my first Clyde-Valley tomatoes after being away from Scotland for 40 tears. The wonderful tatse reminded me of dyas in the Lanark Vallet (at the Popinjay for lunch) and getting tomatoes at the roadside. I will be making th trip again this summer,
    Does anyone know where to get ‘Low Acid’ toms as my wife needs them.

    Jim Hamilton

  3. Tasted my first Clyde Valley tomatoes in years but it was well worth the wait! Lovely firm fruits with a truly delicious flavour.

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