MacKnight launches Highland Farms into foodservice

By Lauren Houghton contact

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The products are made from 100 per cent Atlantic salmon
The products are made from 100 per cent Atlantic salmon

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Processor of Scottish and Norwegian farm-raised Atlantic salmon MacKnight has launched its Highland Farms brand into foodservice. 

Product details:

The Highland Farms brand includes Salmon Mignons, Smoked Salmon Bacon, Salmon Breakfast Sausage, and Salmon Burgers and is ‘a healthier alternative to meat’.

The products are made from 100 per cent Atlantic salmon and can be supplied as chilled or frozen.


The range provides a more ‘accessible’ healthier lifestyle option and is quick and easy to prepare.


The range includes Salmon Mignons (24 mignons in a case, Smoked Salmon Bacon (250g bacon skin wrapped – 12 in a case), Salmon Breakfast Sausage (160 x 30g sausages in a case), and Flavoured Hot Smoked Portions (100g IVP, 50 in a case).

Why you should buy it:

Chief commercial officer for MacKnight Tony Ingham said: “Highland Farms leads the way with its great tasting ‘alternative’ salmon products which require quick and easy preparation whilst providing a delicious (and adventurous) nutritious meal for diners.”

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