Yesterday, the current ban on exporting Haggis to the USA and Canada was discussed in the House of Lords.
Watch Jenny Longden's report below.
The ability to export haggis to the USA and Canada would make independent Scottish Butchers millionaires, claims a champion haggis making butcher from Hawick.
Lindsay Grieve supplies his family recipe haggis around the world, but exporting haggis to the USA and Canada is prohibited due to an import ban on sheep lung products.
Conservative peer Lord McColl raised the issue during Question Time in the House of Lords today, calling for the Government to put pressure on the American administration to lift the ban, which has been in place since 1971.
Border's butcher Mr Grieve says removing the ban would open up a huge market.
Andrew Nichol who works at a buchers shop in Selkirk has noticed an increase in customers, and in particular, many new younger customers: