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Cluny Fish was established in 1969 primarily processing white fish, satisfying local and surrounding areas with a selection of locally caught fish from the Moray Firth. At this time there were around one hundred fishing vessels registered in Buckie and the port was known as one of the most progressive in Scotland.
In 1972, Cluny Fish developed the into the curing of Sprats and Herrings for the Scandinavian markets, producing thousands of barrels continuously for 16 years. During this time we mastered the art of curing and began lightly curing fresh Scottish salmon. Instead of using spices, we decided to cure with Rum or Scotch Whisky along with other ingredients like sugar. Our smoking is only ever carried out over oak fires.
Being a small family business each salmon from filleting to smoking is personally supervised by the owners thus ensuring all finished products leave the factory to our complete satisfaction.
In June 2006, the Paterson family bought the ailing smoking and curing company Shetland Smokehouse in the Shetland Islands, but unfortunately, due to economics a commercial decision took place to relocate the business in April 2008 to the companies headquarters in the North of Scotland at Buckie, where it operates along side its sister company Cluny Fish, to this day we are still sourcing the best of Salmon from the Shetlands, for a world audience.
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It is currently located in a 40,000 sq ft factory, with a land area of 1.3 acre. Total business turnover is in the region of RM14 million per annum.
The company’s products are mostly distributed under OEM with brands such as Jammy, First Choice, Daily Fresh, Top Baker, Daily Bakery, Hawaii Bakery, Best One Bakery, Lazat (
The company believes in full concentration on manufacturing with a view to coming up with consistent quality product, and let distributors look after the sales and marketing.