A north-east councillor sent on seafood fact-finding mission hopes to use what she learned to boost the local industry
Scottish boats are the first to tick all the boxes as a group under a UK-wide scheme to encourage responsible fishing.
Seafood industry body Seafish has delivered a snapshot of UK fishing fleet employment as a bullish catch sector prepares for uncharted waters after Brexit.
Fish processing firms in the north-east risk losing their geographical advantage due to the “astronomical” business rates they are being charged.
Quayside Restaurant and Fish Bar in Gourdon has been awarded the Best Seafood Week Campaign Award as part of the 2019 National Fish & Chip Awards.
Regular customers may already have been in the know, but now Low’s Traditional Fish and Chip Shop in Westhill is officially the maker of Scotland’s finest fish supper.
New figures highlight the Scottish fishing industry’s major contribution to the UK fleet’s best economic performance in eight years.
New retail figures from seafood industry body Seafish show Easter 2017 sales of fresh fish in the UK hit a three-year high.
Seafood industry body Seafish has urged more women to join the sector in the UK after a survey found evidence of gender bias.
New industry figures show UK sales of British seafood, much of it from Scotland, grew at their highest rate for four years during the 2016 festive season.
UK consumers have a growing appetite for Scottish seafood and any efforts to encourage this trend can only help the industry after Brexit, Seafish boss Marcus Coleman said yesterday.
Mackerel fishermen and processors are calling upon the EU to reduce current access arrangements for Faroese vessels to catch mackerel in Scottish waters.
The opportunities and challenges of Brexit were in the spotlight at a meeting of the North East Scotland Fisheries Development Partnership in Aberdeen yesterday.
The future of Scottish fish processing was in the spotlight at a handover event in Peterhead yesterday.
Industry body Seafish has launched its latest annual study into the economic health of the UK’s fishing fleet – and it wants boat owners and skippers at ports around Scotland to get involved.
Eight days of activities aimed at encouraging UK consumers to eat more seafood are estimated to have generated industry benefits worth £18million.
UK seafood sales surged by 6.5% during the key Easter trading period, industry body Seafish said yesterday.
Seafish bosses say a three-day visit to Shetland will go a long way to helping the trade body achieve its ambitions.
Most UK fishing fleets remained profitable in 2014 and the prosperity is likely to have continued through 2015, new industry research shows.
Celebrity chef John Torode is spearheading a campaign to get more people to eat healthy, oily fish.
Adventurous shoppers boosted UK sales of seafood over the festive season.
Upmarket grocer Waitrose announced yesterday that all vessels supplying its seafood must be part of Seafish’s Responsible Fishing Scheme (RFS) by 2017.
Two north-east white-fish boats are the first in Scotland to become certified under the revamped Responsible Fishing Scheme (RFS).
A new campaign, The Wold is Your Oyster, has been launched to showcase job opportunities in the seafood industry.
The fishing industry in the north and north-east is unwittingly funding a body which helps boost the sale of rival frozen Norwegian seafood in Britain.
A trio of chip shops in the north of Scotland are in the running to be crowned the best in the UK.
Seafood chiefs are to launch an ambitious three-year plan to make fish the centrepiece of consumers' diets.
Global demand and economic recovery are boosting the growth prospects for Scottish seafood processors, a new report says.
Britain's most northerly fish and chip shop has been crowned the best in the UK at a ceremony in London.
The UK's most northerly chippy has been crowned the best in Scotland for second time.
Apparently most Aberdonians like to sprinkle their fish and chips with cheese… We don’t agree. Do you?
Scots are the nation's biggest couch potatoes thinking nothing about sitting in front of the TV while scoffing our fish and chips.
When it comes to staying healthy, there's one food we should all be eating more of - and that's fish!