Albert Darnell Ltd B2B fish appFish Market in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Great British Chefs: Distinctive and delicious, salmon has long been ubiquitous on the majority of menus, not to mention a staple in cuisines around the world. #iLoveSalmon on #Easter #GoodFriday #gbchefs
Plans to bring National Aquaculture Centre to Grimsby are to be presented to industry
#iLoveSalmon eating fresh fish, techniques such as smoking and salting have been used to preserve salmon. To this day, smoked salmon is enjoyed as traditional fare in the cuisines of the Russian Federation, Britain and Scandinavia
Tea-smoked salmon, poached eggs, spinach and yuzu hollandaise, English muffin
by Anna Hansen
CANADA’S seafood farmers have openly welcomed a new federal government review of science based decision making in aquaculture.
AUSTRALIAN salmon farmer Tassal has joined the Global Salmon Initiative, a collective of 17 producers from around the world.
SALMON farming has transformed the rural communities of the west Highlands and islands with jobs, investment and business opportunities, said the Scottish Salmon Producers’ Organisation. #iLoveSalmon
#iLoveSalmon MARINE Harvest and the Scottish Salmon Company have been shortlisted in a number of categories in the Scottish Export Awards, announced yesterday.
New figures released by #HMRC yesterday also showed that export tonnage of salmon had increased in 2017, by 26 per cent.
Farmed predominantly from Norway, Albert Darnell Ltd’s fresh Salmon provides retail customers with a premium product, at a price point to support sector growth.
As a leading salmon supplier we can provide bespoke retail Salmon packs tailored to individual retail requirements. Here you will find a small example of the retail salmon packs we currently manufacture for a leading major UK retailer.
We service our retail customers nationwide, seven days a week. We feel confident that we can develop a retail Salmon pack that adds value to any retailer.
#iLoveSalmon #Norway: TOTAL of 47 fish farming companies, including many of the big names in the business, have been given permits to increase production using the environmentally friendly ‘traffic light’ scheme, says the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries.