Local favourites

We work closely with local suppliers and farmers to bring our customers a wide variety of quality local food, from fresh fruit and veg to regional cheeses, meats, cakes and biscuits, drinks and local dishes.

Here are just some of the locally-sourced products you’ll find in selected Asda stores – click on the pictures above to find out more.

We’d love to know which local products you love most so pop into store and check out the range then vote for your favourite on our Facebook page by “liking” one of the pictures in our Local Favourites album or leaving a comment.

And if you think we’re missing any local products that you’d like to see in Asda let us know and we’ll pass your feedback onto our local buying teams.

Posted in Local favourites on 29 January 2012
Local favourites

You will find loads of delicious award-winning local cheeses at Asda from all over the UK – including this tasty Welsh Cheddar cheese.

Milk and cheese from South Caernarfon Creameries

It’s made by South Caernarfon Creameries – a dairy co-operative owned and run by Welsh farmers since 1938 – based in Snowdonia.

The cheese is still hand-salted on open tables in the traditional way and is of course made with locally sourced milk.

More local products from Wales
Posted in Local favourites on 26 January 2012
Local favourites

This Chosen by you Haggis Pie – launched this month in time for Burns Night – is just one of the pies made for us by Swords family bakers, founded in Airdrie in 1894.

Chosen by you Haggis Pie

The pie was inspired by feedback from our Facebook fans and contains layers of haggis, neeps and tatties in a puff pastry crust.

Swords also supply our Scottish stores with a range of other pies including Macaroni pies, Steak and Gravy Pie and Top Crust Steak Pie.

More local products from Scotland
Posted in Local favourites on 26 January 2012
Local favourites

This delicious range of premium chutneys is now sold in most Asda stores but they started out as family recipes in Prett Tejura’s kitchen in Yorkshire.

Prett's family chutneys

Prett, whose family come from Gujarat in India, also runs Indian cookery courses and she and husband Pareth have been making their award-winning chutneys for four years, inspired by Indian spices and local Yorkshire ingredients.

More local products from Yorkshire
Posted in Local favourites on 26 January 2012
Local favourites

Cloughbane Farm in Dungannon supplies delicious family meals to Asda made in the farm’s own cook room.

Clough Bane Farm in Northern Ireland

The farm has been in the Robinson family for four generations and produces high quality beef, lamb and free range eggs.

More local products from Northern Ireland
Posted in Local favourites on 26 January 2012