He continued: “It’s easier for me to export haggis to Canada. I’ve got experience of Canada. Canada now recognises that I’m an exporter, I’m approved for Canada.”
According to the paper, MacSween will this year export 3.5 tonnes of haggis to Canada – double the amount being sent to Germany.
The Edinburgh-based company exported 3.5 tonnes to Germany in 2020 before post-Brexit red tape kicked in.
Mr MacSween said there was a similar “anxiety” getting the meat-based dish into Northern Ireland, which – as part of the single market – has suffered from similar restrictions on imports.