BULLS have announced that local greengrocers The Spud Shed have become the club's official kitchen partner and fresh foods supplier.

Based on Drake Fold in Wyke, The Spud Shed opened its doors in June last year to great acclaim, selling high quality, fresh produce on the high street.

The deal sees The Spud Shed supply fresh fruit and vegetables to players and the Southbank Stand - alongside owning naming rights to the Southbank Kitchen, which forms a key part of the matchday hospitality package.

Bradford Bulls commercial director Joe Pitts said: "I contacted Myles from the Spud Shed after he had kindly provided fruit for the team when going to an away game.

"It was evident from the outset that Myles has a clear vision on where he wants to take his business and I was impressed both by the friendliness shown, as well as their efficiency and a desire to be a partner of Bradford Bulls.

"It left me determined to do all I could do to help Myles achieve his vision and cement a long term relationship with the Spud Shed Ltd."

The Spud Shed Founder Myles Robinson said: "I have worked in fruit and veg all my life and wanted to do it for myself and then I decided to open up a greengrocers.

"Now we are getting contracts like this with the Bradford Bulls.

"It is a bit scary and I did not expect it to happen but it is a great opportunity and we already have been getting more business through our association with the Bradford Bulls."

Season ticket holders can get five per cent off products at The Spud Shed by quoting the code 'Bulls2021' in store or online.