THE Scottish pelagic industry has warned that Icelandic and Faroese processors are likely to gain at the expense of their UK equivalents next year.
157,373 tonnes of fish have been landed at Peterhead in the first 10 months of the year – a substantial increase on the 122,285 tonnes that were landed in the same period in 2013.
OVER 700 chefs and culinary students are set to receive a lesson on sustainability from Seafood Scotland today, at the Scottish Chefs' Conference in Glasgow.
A SEAFOOD processor from Musselburgh, J K Thomson, has won SME Employer of the Year at Scotland's Modern Apprentice Awards.
IN response to the Shetland Fishermen's Association suggestion that the deal on mackerel between the EU and the Faroes be torn up, chief executive of the Scottish White Fish Producers' Association Mike Park highlighted the fact that the agreement had brought significant benefits to the Scottish white fish fleet.