Scotland is changing the game
If we're talking about Scotland’s prime cuts, we can’t ignore the growing market for Scottish venison, the ‘king of meats’.
It was once the preserve of the wealthy, but venison - whether wild or farmed - is finding new and growing markets. Low in fat, yet high in iron, venison could almost be classed as a ‘superfood’.
Game birds - grouse, pheasant, partridge - as well as wild fowl and pigeon are also proving popular with more adventurous eaters.
With wild and farmed boar, and even buffalo, making a slow return to the hills and fields of Scotland, the taste and flavour possibilities are almost endless.