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Dingwall processing plant hails appointment of new sales co-ordinator

By Hector MacKenzie

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Loch Duart salmon's sales coordinator Agnieszka Stoff.
Loch Duart salmon's sales coordinator Agnieszka Stoff.

A SALMON producer with a major presence in Ross-shire has appointed a new sales coordinator - and cemented links with a local care home.

Salmon producer Loch Duart, which has processing facility in Dingwall, has announced coordinator Agnieszka Stoff to the post.

The small-scale salmon farm operation says it can now supply their world-renowned salmon to local hotels, farm shops, retail shops, restaurants and other food outlets.


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Loch Duart Salmon’s Agnieszka Stoff and care home manager Joe Greiner.
Loch Duart Salmon’s Agnieszka Stoff and care home manager Joe Greiner.

Russell Leslie, Loch Duart’s Dingwall processing director said: “We’re delighted to have Agnieszka Stoff join as our new sales co-ordinator. With a focus on our amazing Highlands hospitality sector, she will be able to bring them our unrivalled salmon which is normally reserved for the world’s leading chefs.

“Our range of specially prepared produce now available includes whole fish, fillets, portions, and loins.”

Loch Duart has also recently cemented its ongoing commitment to supporting communities in the Highlands by donating fillets to the Parklands Group local care home.

Joe Greiner, care home manager at Urray House, said: “The residents and families were delighted with the wonderful generosity of Loch Duart's Dingwall team. We served up the mouth-wateringly beautiful salmon at our Mother’s Day lunch, which was enjoyed by everyone. The quality was exquisite and we can't thank you enough for helping to make the day extra special.”

Loch Duart Ltd boasts itself on being one of the last remaining independent, non-multinational Scottish fish farming companies.

It says it produces 6000 tonnes of the world’s best-tasting salmon each year from its farms in Sutherland and the Outer Hebrides. It employs 160 people in the Western Isles, Sutherland and Ross and Cromarty.

Loch Duart salmon is supplied to leading hotels, Michelin-starred restaurants and retailers at home and across the world.

It has featured on the menus at the 10 Downing Street Coronation lunch last year, the Commonwealth Games and Wimbledon.

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