|1:||Organic Smokehouse Smoked Salmon||2||1:||Ghillie & Glen – Scottish smoked salmon||7|
|2:||0||2:||Scottish Smoke Salmon H Forman & Son||4|
|3:||0||3:||Fantail King Prawns||3|
This is a fantastic example of honest packaging. The actual producer is clearly pictured including their story. Where and how the salmon is farmed and smoked is also total clear to read within 5 seconds of picking up the pack. Great stuff Organic Smokhouse.
Great looking pack, huge amount of effort and work in this, but the three types of cured salmon are described as Scotish Smoked Salmon. On the back, it clarifies that the salmon could be from countries other than Scotland. If this is the case, it’s not (in the eyes of the consumer) Scottish. Don’t use a country name in the product description if the main ingredient is not from that country.
What does ‘responsibly farmed’ mean? Who knows, no obvious accreditation system to support this claim.
Again, the labelling on the front of this product implies that the inside the packaging is Scottish salmon. However, the back of the packaging indentifies that the salmon inside the packet is in fact produced from Scottish OR Norwegian Atlantic salmon.