From our home base in the heart of central Scotland we supply our range of jams, marmalades, chutneys and confectionery to retailers across the UK. You’ll find our products in farm shops, delis, garden centres, food halls, butchers and tourist attractions.
The Camerons team is made up of people who care just as much about quality and presentation as you do about your business. All our products are packed, labelled and dispatched by hand. The extra care we take ensures our products are of the highest quality when you receive them.
Our jams, marmalades and chutneys are hand-made in small batches, which helps give them that distinctive taste. It’s all about experience and knowledge. The more your make something the more you know when it’s cooked to perfection. You just can’t do that with large machines.
We passionately believe that traditional methods are best.
The Cameron’s family has been involved in manufacturing traditional confectionery for three generations. Quality and tradition has always been key. Back in the ‘old days’ it was sometimes difficult to source quality ingredients for making sweets. When this happened, they would stop production rather than use inferior ingredients. From a small beginning in tablet and fudge making, Camerons has now grown to offer an extensive range of both confectionery and preserves.
We were looking for ‘foodie’ souvenirs on a family holiday in Scotland and were surprised at how few shops were selling ‘quality’ products. It was difficult to find local jams and chutneys made by small artisan local producers. Instead we found a selection of mainly mass produced products which we felt people deserved better. This is what planted the seed of supplying more than Tablet and Fudge.
Soon after the family holiday a local confectionery manufacturer McCowans sadly went into receivership. McCowans had manufactured quality traditional confectionery in the local area for over 50 years. Like many others, we were sad to see this traditional name come to an end. That’s why we made a commitment to keep traditional confectionery making going in the area.