Baxters Highland Village


West of the bridge over the Spey at Fochabers is Baxters Highland Village, which charts the history of the Baxter family and their well-known brand of quality Scottish foodstuffs, founded in 1868. There’s a shop and cafe, and a factory tour with cookery demonstrations on weekdays.

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