Company Profile

We are based in Scotland and farm our own trout as well as processing and manufacturing seafood products for food service and retail, both in the UK and around the world. We manage a number of farming sites as well as specialised facilities handling fresh (chilled), marinated, smoked and other value-added lines. We can provide a full range of services, depending on what a customer needs – from basic fish processing and supply through to a full product development service, from identifying opportunities to delivering the finished product. We pride ourselves in the passion, knowledge and expertise of our team. We are especially well known for trout and salmon, but can handle almost any fish or sea food - including mackerel, terrines and marinades.

We host a portfolio of brands; RR. Spink & Sons, Loch Etive, Silver Tide and Deli Fish, serving retail, wholesale and food service markets worldwide.

Nestled in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, Loch Etive is the perfect natural environment in which to grow high quality Scottish trout, with cool clear waters and low stocking densities creating conditions that are as close to the wild as possible. A stunning setting steeped in history, Loch Etive is a deep sea water loch where costal Scottish salt water meets the fast flowing mountain streams from Ben Cruachan and the surrounding hills. With a deep red colour, Loch Etive trout has a stunning visual presentation and is a favourite amongst international chefs who recognise the unique quality of sustainably raised Scottish Trout.

Our flagship smoked fish brand, RR. Spink & Sons, prides itself on using age old traditions and native woods to smoke the highest quality Scottish fish. For over 300 years, generation after generation of fishermen and women have mastered the art of hand curing and finishing Scottish fish using traditional methods and the best quality ingredients in our home of Arbroath. We believe that Scottish fish is the best in the world for both quality and flavour and we are proud to hold a Royal Warrant as fishmongers to HRH Queen Elizabeth II. And it’s not just about taste – our smoked trout and salmon is also rich in Omega-3 and packed full of vitamins and minerals, achieved through an ethical and stable approach to farming. We’re honoured to hold an RSPCA endorsement for our ethically farmed fish. Our trout are responsibly reared in a way that mimics the way they would live in the wild – with flowing water and plenty of space – to meet the highest welfare standards possible. Every step of the journey, your smoked salmon and trout takes – from Scottish sea lochs, to your plate – is traceable, guaranteeing exceptional quality fish only Scottish landscapes can inspire.

In addition to our smoked fish brand, Dawnfresh are the proud producers of Silver Tide by Marinades of Scotland, the UK’s leading range of Kosher ready-to-eat marinated fish products, available in delicatessens, quality grocers and fishmongers throughout the country. Our popular products are hand prepared by a small, dedicated team in Grantown-on-Spey in northern Scotland, on the banks of the River Spey and close to the main Scottish fishing harbours. The range uses sustainably-sourced, MSC-certified herring, and includes roll mops, sweet herring fillets and flavoured herring suitable for retail, foodservice and deli counters.

Today, the Dawnfresh range includes fresh added value products as well as hot and cold smoked packs for retail and food service. Our team of highly skilled chefs provide market leading innovation in product development for a whole host of UK and European retailers. We have the ability to nitrogen freeze at -110C using cryogenic technology to produce high quality ex-frozen products. In addition to this we use blast freezing in the run upto Christmas to help facilitate the peak demands of our retail clients. We also have a successful offcut dimension to our business which is heavily reliant on freezing and frozen storage until sh

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Bothwellpark Industrial Estate
UDDINGSTON, Lanarkshire
G71 6LS, Scotland, UK



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