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A worker looking at a machine which indicates the presence of unwanted materials in the ingredients during the production of haggis 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.