Associated Seafoods shortlisted for Grampian Food Forum Innovation Award

Associated Seafoods Ltd (ASL) has been selected as a finalist at the Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards for its Royal Fillet Scottish smoked salmon.

ASL made the shortlist in the Best New Foodservice Product (for businesses with more than 25 employees) category for its Royal Fillet – a premium cut of Scottish smoked salmon taken from the centre of the fillet. These prime fillets are dry-cured with sea salt before being gently smoked for many hours.
Royal Fillet has proved particularly popular among ASL’s export customers, including in key markets such as the Middle East.

Henry Angus, commercial director said: “We are delighted to have made the shortlist in Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards. Royal Fillet is fantastic tasting Scottish smoked salmon that is proving really popular with our customers who enjoy its fine flavour and succulence.”

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Ardoe House Hotel near Aberdeen on Thursday 24 March.  

More information on the Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards at www.grampianfoodforum.co.uk