by Young's Seafood Ltd.
Oct 20th, 2020
4 mins
BFFF

While consumers are only just gearing up for autumn, behind the scenes of the foodservice and hospitality industry, Christmas menu planning is well underway. And, whilst Christmas will without a doubt be different this year, consumers will still be expecting to celebrate in smaller groups for Christmas gatherings and get togethers. This means that operators require products that are quick to prepare, easy to store and simple to serve.

Made in Britain and responsibly farmed to Young’s market-leading Fish for Life programme, Young’s Scottish Smoked Salmon is tailored specifically for the Foodservice market and is ideal for a range of festive dishes from smoked salmon blinis to terrines and tarts. The salmon is smoked over oak chips for a mild flavour and smooth velvety texture and can also be defrosted in a refrigerator overnight for use the following day for ultimate ease of preparation.

Smoked salmon is also high in protein and boasts Omega 3 fatty acids to support healthy heart and brain function. It is particularly appealing to consumers adopting flexitarian and seagan diets.

Highlighting how beneficial it is to have key quality ingredients available at Christmas, Joel Carr, Development Chef at Young’s Foodservice comments:

“There are some foods that just lend themselves to Christmas and our Scottish Smoked Salmon certainly does just that. Smoked Salmon is incredibly versatile when it comes to Christmas menus and instantly adds a welcome touch of luxury to festive brunches, starters and canapés.

Although there is some uncertainty around what Christmas will exactly look like this year, one thing is certain, having quality and responsibly sourced frozen seafood to hand will benefit menu planning.”

Young’s Scottish Smoked Salmon is available in packs of 10 × 70g, 5 x 1kg and 10 x 500g to suit all outlet sizes.

For further information please visit www.youngsfoodservice.co.uk

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