Welcome to Lees of Scotland

Lees of Scotland, established in 1931, is a manufacturer of branded confectionery and meringues. The business is based in Coatbridge just outside Glasgow, where it’s modern 80,000 sq ft factory is located. The original products manufactured by Lees were the Lees macaroon bar and the Lees snowball. Over the years, products have been added to the portfolio which now includes a range of confectionery bars, traditional jam teacakes, mint and jaffa teacakes, snowcakes, mallow dreams and the recently launched exciting Lees macaringues, now available in retail and catering formats.

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Sales of Lees Macaringues soar into the summer

It is not only the temperature that has been rising, the sales of our Macaringues have been sizzling up the scale! These low calorie, almond flavour meringue shells have been a massive hit with sun worshipers across the country with people hosting summer parties and celebrations. Our Macaringues are extremely versatile and can be enjoyed

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Lees continues support of much loved charity

We are delighted to announce that we will be extending our partnership with the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) throughout 2017. We will continue to make a donation from every pack of Lees 10 pack Snowballs and Teacakes sold and will support CHAS’s fundraising events throughout the year including the annual ladies lunches held in

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