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Freshly produced vacuum packed haggis ready for distribution at the Macsween factory in Roslin, near Edinburgh. The Macsween family has been making authentic, award-winning haggis in Edinburgh for over 50 years. Haggis is indelibly linked to Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns (1759 - 1796) and is made by encasing boiled meat in a sheep's stomach, which is then traditionally eaten with mash potato and turnip.