Scottish chilled foods company McIntosh of Dyce has gone into receivership. Receiver KPMG Corporate Recovery said it had been called in after the Canadian parent company withdrew financial support. The company is currently being offered as a going concern, but the receiver has yet to receive any firm bids for the ready meals, pies, savoury pastries, sausages and bakery company. A subsidiary of British Colombian Sepp's Gourmet Foods, it has a turnover of £20m, and employs a total of 330 people. It was one of 10 companies recently picked by Sainsbury's to take part in its small supplier development programme, set up to give small to medium suppliers an opportunity to learn more about supplying a major multiple. The closing date for offers to the joint receivers, Blair Nimmo and Neil Armour, is March 28, after which the company stands to be wound up. {{NEWS }}