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Following the success of a similar event in 2016, residents from across Argyll are being invited to a second free tasting where they can sample a range of fresh, locally-farmed trout produced by fish farming company Dawnfresh at its farms on Loch Etive and Loch Awe.
The event will take place in the Taynuilt Village Hall on Wednesday April 26 from 4pm to 7.30pm.
Dawnfresh has five sites at different points in Loch Etive, from Port na Mine in the east to Ardchattan House in the west.
The farms operate in harmony with the environment, are sustainable and support the rural economy.
Known for their quality produce, Dawnfresh is Scotland’s largest trout supplier and supplies major UK retailers, as well as exporting across the globe, promoting the quality of Loch Etive farmed fish worldwide.
The company employs more than 550 full-time staff, with up to 200 additional temporary workers at key periods.
Stewart Hawthorn, farming director at Dawnfresh, said: ‘We have always considered ourselves to be a real part of the local area and want to share these products with local residents, get their feedback and tell them more about the quality of fish we produce in their community.’