First, we had sweet machines…then hot drinks were available at the push of a button.

And now, believe it or not, Nith Valley Eggs and Dumfries have launched the very latest in vending machine technology. Yes, you’ll never have guessed it, but meet the Egg Vending machine!

Nith Valley Eggs, based near Thornhill, pride themselves on providing customers with free range eggs, and now they have taken that one step further.

Introducing the Egg Vending Machines in to Dumfries, the next stage in bringing farm fresh eggs straight to you.

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Nith Valley Eggs already deliver to local shops and restaurants around the region and throughout the central belt. This new method of buying eggs is a great way to get straight to the customers and will be primarily introduced in the following locations:

Newton Gardens Filling Station
Glasgow Rd, Dumfries DG2 0LL

Border Cars Filling Station
130-132 Terregles St, Dumfries, DG2 9DX

McEwans Convenience Store
3 Auchencrieff Rd South, Locharbriggs, Dumfries, DG1 1XB

Nith Valley Eggs hopes to allow a wider base of customers to have access to and enjoy the product. The Machines dispense eggs in trays of 30 at only £5 per tray and are now in place.

A word from Stuart Rutherford, Owner of Nith Valley Eggs:

“We are always looking for new ways to get our eggs straight from the farm to the consumer and we are really excited to have our new innovative egg vending machines. We can guarantee they will be from our farm to machine within 48 hours of lay. Our eggs will be sold on trays of 2.5 doz, in a sense we are taking our farm gate to the public. All eggs are produced in our unique woodland site near Thornhill so the consumer can be assured the eggs they are buying are local and as fresh as possible.”

About Nith Valley Eggs:
Since starting in 2008, Stuart Rutherford, owner of Nith Valley Eggs has gone from strength to strength. As a runner up in the Best Small Business Awards from the Princes Trust in 2010, Stuart has continued to grow the business with his woodland farm now home to 13,000 free range hens. His eggs have been voted among the top 5 for quality in Scotland and he now wants to bring this quality to more customers in Dumfries.