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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 23rd December 2016 > Scottish tatties could be in abundance for Christmas dinner

Scottish tatties could be in abundance for Christmas dinner

THERE could be more Scottish tatties on Christmas dinner tables across the UK this year.

While there was a five per cent drop in UK production this season, 2016 was a better year for potatoes in Scotland.

Production is up nine per cent on 2015 with export figures also looking very healthy. Early Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA) data shows non-EU seed exports from July to November up 40 per cent.

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