Our Suppliers

At the Ness Deli, we source our ingredients from numerous suppliers located around the Highlands. This includes our venison burgers, made from deer shot by the café owners on the hills above Drumnadrochit!

Below you can find short summaries for each of our providers, with a link to their website.

Image courtesy of Grants of Speyside

Grants of Speyside Haggis

Grants of Speyside, winners of the 2017 Great Taste Award, are a family-run business in Grantown-on-Spey, who have been making haggis and black pudding to the same recipe for over 190 years. We use their expertly-spiced, traditional haggis in our paninis, baked potatoes, and full Scottish breakfasts.

No trip to Scotland would be complete without sampling the country’s national dish. Why not try some next time you’re in?

To find out more about Grants of Speyside (or to order from their range), visit: https://grantsofspeyside.co.uk/

Image courtesy of Williamson Foodservice

Williamson Foodservice

Williamson’s has been providing the Highlands’ restaurants with fresh, wholesale ingredients for over 60 years. A family-run business based in Inverness, the company delivers produce grown in Scotland and the Continent (with prioritisation of the former), sourcing berries, dairy, and seasonal vegetables all in the Highland area.

To find out more about Williamson’s, visit: https://www.williamsonfoodservice.co.uk/

Image courtesy of Loch Ness Brewery

Loch Ness Brewery

The Loch Ness Brewery is a craft beer maker, originally located on and using the waters of Loch Ness. Now a subdivision of Cairngorm Brewing Company, based in Aviemore, the Loch Ness Brewery continues to produce great-tasting beverages from the waters of the Monadliath Mountains, inspired by Nessie herself.

Why not try Loch Ness, their speciality pale ale with flavours of elderflower and pineapple, or Dark Ness, their rich, chocolately stout while dining with us today?

To find out more about the brewery and to order from their shop, visit: https://www.lochnessbrewery.com/

Image courtesy of The Bakery Inverness

The Bakery

Supplying our bread, empire biscuits, scones, and Danish pastries, The Bakery is a small family-owned baker’s located on Tomnahurich Street.

If you’re stopping by Inverness after visiting us, why not pop into The Bakery for a sourdough loaf, sweet treat, or speciality coffee?

To find out more about The Bakery and see what’s on offer today, visit: https://m.facebook.com/thebakery72/

Image courtesy of Bell’s Seafoods

Bell’s Seafoods

You’ll see Bell’s fish van pulling in across the road each week. Based in Scrabster on Scotland’s far north coast, Bell’s are a family-run business offering sustainable, freshly-caught Scottish salmon, haddock, and seafood.

If you’re popping in for our monster fish and chips or much-loved fish chowder, you’ll be tasting the flavours of the Scotland’s north, courtesy of Bell’s.

To find out more about Bell’s or to see what time the fish van is visiting your area, visit: https://m.facebook.com/bellseafood/

Image courtesy of John M Munro Butcher

John M Munro Butcher

Since 1922, John M Munro’s has grown to become one of the best-known and beloved butcher’s in the north of Scotland. Based in Dingwall, the family-run business continues to adhere to its original strict quality controls that made it a household name in Ross-shire, nearly 100 years on.

John M Munro now have several stores in Beauly, Tain, Alness and others, providing fresh, prime-quality meat to the Highlands’ community.

To find out more about John M Munro or to locate their shops, visit: https://www.munrobutcher.com/

Image courtesy of Brodies


Founded in Edinburgh in 1867, Brodies have since become one of Scotland’s biggest tea and coffee retailers, credited for inventing what we now know as English breakfast tea in 1892.

Today, Brodies works with the Fairtrade Foundation to ensure its tea leaves and beans come from sustainable sources, as well as source their ingredients from only the finest plantations around the world, from Java to Colombia.

To find out more about Brodies or to shop their range online, visit: https://www.brodies1867.co.uk/

Image courtesy of Thistly Cross Cider

Thistly Cross Cider

Thistly Cross Cider began in 2008, using locally crowd sourced apples from the Scottish Lowlands. It’s currently based on the sunny East Lothian, supplying great-tasting, craft cider to licensed premises across Scotland.

Enjoy the uniquely Scottish flavour of their Whisky Cask Traditional Cider, or taste the sweetness of summer with their Strawberry Cider, available in-store.

To find out more about the cider press and to order from their shop, visit: https://www.thistlycrosscider.co.uk/

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