Members Directory

We have over 75 members within the seafood, processing and trading sectors from across Scotland.


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Seabird Fishmongers

Here at Seabird Fishmongers we strive to offer you the freshest selection of fresh fish on the net. We guarantee that our fish is the freshest you will find available online. We source all of our fish from our suppliers in Scotland, giving our customers the best range of fresh fish

Shetland Fish Ltd

Shetland Fish Ltd is a family business, with a trading history going back over 30 years. We are based in Lerwick, the capital of the Shetland Islands. Being equi-distant from the UK mainland, Norway and the Faroe Islands places us strategically at the heart of Europe’s richest fishing grounds.

Simpson Fish

Simpson Fish are specialists in sourcing the best possible quality whole fish from the Shetland Islands. The fishing industry in Shetland is currently in the middle of an exciting period of growth. The local fleet is expanding and modernizing in order to take advantage of the abundant fish stocks

Skateraw Fisheries

Skateraw Fisheries is a family run business based in Aberdeen which has been established for over 25 years. We deal in the processing and supply of premium quality fresh white fish. We specialise in the supply of naturally smoked Haddock and fresh Haddock fillets in all sizes. We can


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Sustainable Seafoods (Peterhead) Ltd

GH Fish Fillets Ltd has become Sustainable Seafoods Peterhead Ltd to better communicate our focus on providing guaranteed quality and competitively priced product, consistency and continuity of supply of fish caught from boats that operate best practice in sustainability. Sustainable Seafoods Peterhead Ltd was established in 2004 as a