Fishing fans turned out in their thousands over the weekend for a major event celebrating one of Peterhead’s most valuable industries.
A north charity has launched its programme for Shetland Boat Week.
Sutherland-based salmon farmer Loch Duart said yesterday it had appointed seafood entrepreneur Alistair Erskine as its new chairman.
Michelin-starred chef Tom Kitchin’s most recent opening is Southside Scran, a bistro in Bruntsfield, Edinburgh.
The council is working alongside an as yet unidentified but apparently “well resourced” fisheries firm to take forward proposals for a seafood centre of excellence in Fraserburgh.
The world’s largest seafood trade show is under way in Brussels and dozens of Scottish firms are there hoping to find new customers for this country’s second biggest export.
Scotland’s multi-billion-pound sea-food processing industry needs government help to remove “blockages” to growth, a trade body warned.
The impact of Brexit on Scotland’s seafood industry will be under the spotlight at a summit in Aberdeen during the week leading up to the UK quitting the European Union.
Scotland’s valuable seafood industry is facing costs running into many millions of pounds if the UK crashes out of the European Union without any trade deal, a Holyrood minister has warned.
The countdown is on for an inaugural festival celebrating a north-east town’s biggest industry.
Royal Navy warships are now closer to flanking north-east fishing vessels into disputed French waters after high-level talks failed to resolve an explosive “war” over scallops.
A north-east town famed for its marine cuisine will host a seafood festival next month.
The creation of a new seafood training centre could help around 100 north-east businesses gain expertise and build for the future.
A cross-sector body representing fishing interests across the north-east is poised to demand a 12.5% cap on business rates increases for seafood processors.
Over the last few years, I have been fortunate to be involved in the seafood supply chain, which in turn opens the door to another world of culinary skills.
A new lease of life and up to 50 jobs are planned for a mothballed seafood factory in Fraserburgh following a £1million-plus investment by its new owners.
The Far East’s largest seafood trade event is taking place this week and a record number of Scottish firms are taking part.
I recently attended The Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh as a working guest on ‘The Aberdeenshire Village’ stand.
Scottish langoustines are delicious, beautifully succulent and a joy to eat.
In a cold dark day back in January, I was sipping my way through a warm bowl of Cullen Skink in the Fishermen’s Mission Café in Peterhead when I was approached by the Chairman of the Scottish Seafood Association (SSA).
Nine north-east seafood firms employing a total of 2,500 people have teamed up to help combat proposed increases in their business rates.
Nothing beats homemade pasta.
I puffed up the hill, pebbles jumping into my flip flops and the sun beating down on my shoulders.
Within the walls of the family-run luxury hotel, The Isle of Eriska, is a fantastic Michelin-starred restaurant which has at its helm, head chef Paul Leonard.
Fish is best when it is abundant in the seas, but buying fish can be daunting.
Marine equipment company Gael Force yesterday struck a deal worth almost £1million to supply a new feed barge to a Scottish salmon farmer.
Consumers are deeply distrustful about the seafood they buy as the UK food industry struggles to shake off damage caused by the horsemeat scandal of a few years ago, research has found.
A candle-lit dinner, romantic music, and delicious seafood meal - there really is no better way to woo your valentine. Oysters are famous for their powers of seduction, and cooking a seafood meal for your date will tell them how much they mean to you, and show off your prowess in the kitchen.
A north-east aquarium renowned for its array of marine life is cooking up a storm by offering fish not just in the tank - but on the menu too.
Seafood chiefs are to launch an ambitious three-year plan to make fish the centrepiece of consumers' diets.
The national body for the Scottish fishing industry yesterday called on locals to take advantage of the huge range of culinary treasures in the waters off the north-east.