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Scotland’s newest salmon start-up has shared its first harvest with Buckingham Palace.
Skye-based Organic Sea Harvest (OSH) arranged for the fish to be transported to Dingwall for processing before being dispatched to wholesale partner and Royal Warrant Holders, Severn and Wye Smokery.
Severn and Wye Smokery was responsible for making the delivery to the Royal Household at Buckingham Palace. It was advised one fillet would be cooked there, while the other fillet would be sent to Prince Charles’ chef at Clarence House.
Hugh Drever, managing director of OSH sales, said: ‘We are delighted to announce our successful first harvest took place earlier this month.
‘Organic Sea Harvest is committed to producing salmon using sustainable organic methods and this is a major step in our aim of becoming the world’s leading supplier of organic salmon. Our organic principles are a key part in creating a delicious world class product.
‘Skye is known for its natural larder and top-quality seafood and we are delighted at the prospect of sharing it with the Royal Household.’
A spokesperson from Severn and Wye Smokery added: ‘We are proud to have been given the opportunity to deliver Organic Sea Harvest’s first product to the Royal household and look forward to strengthening our partnership with this exceptional product.’
Lucinda Houghton, of Severn and Wye Smokery, outside Buckingham Palace with the special delivery of Skye salmon.
NO F26 Skye salmon outside Buckingham Palace