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In this amazing location we smoke & produce our unique hand crafted artisan products for you.
Using the finest Scottish Sustainable Atlantic Salmon with Freedom Food Accrediation. Smoking fish all year round and sending out our award winning products to our customers wholesale & retail in the UK & Europe. For all wholesale customer enquiries, please call Paula or Sally at Smoked Salmon HQ for more information 44 (0)1445 731304.
We designed & built our smokehouse, veiwing gallery & deli on the shores of loch ewe in 2010 and welcome visitors to our artisan smokehouse deli on the shore.
Funky Packaging & delicious gifts by mail order, despatched by us for ewe. Gift Boxes, Fabulous Feasts & Delicious dining…..
Packed with plenty ice to ensure your products reach you as fresh as a fresh thing.
When it comes to deciding what to eat we have a choice between high-fat superficial foods, or the wonders of fish and other seafoods that are rich in omega-3. These foods help boost brainpower, keep hearts healthy and much more, because it’s not superficial, it’s superfishoil!
Our bodies can’t produce omega-3 naturally, so we should try to enjoy fish and other seafoods at least twice a week. But this doesn’t have to be tricky – more than just a healthy choice, fish can also be delicious and simple, and we will show you how.
Fillet or finger, fresh, frozen or tinned, smoked, when it’s superfishoil it’s all good!
Check out our Top 20 of Omega’s
To measure this we look at how many milligrams (mg) of Omega-3 there are in 100g of each seafood. Here’s our top 20 rundown!
So there it is! Mackerel comes out on top when it comes to delivering some serious Omega-3 goodness! But thanks to this unique fat being found in good amounts in so many other varieties of seafood, it’s easy to get the recommended 3150mg Omega-3 fats in a week. Just tuck into two portions of seafood a week (with one of them being oily) and your body and mind will reap the benefits!
Kippers for Breakfast, Smoked Salmon for lunch and Marvelous Mackerel for Dinner.