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Amity launches premium Scottish scampi

Fish and chip shops across the UK can now enjoy the luxury taste of Jimmy Buchan’s Amity Single Whole Tail Scottish Breaded Langoustine Tails following its launch into foodservice.

Harvested in the icy cold waters around the Scottish coastline and breaded in Panko bread crumb, this premium scampi gives customers the opportunity to promote the very best Scottish produce and champion the Responsible Fishing Scheme.

Commenting on the new launch, Jimmy Buchan, says: “People are often perplexed as to what Scampi actually is. I want to change that – I wanted to create something that echoes my business ethos of 100% traceability and sustainability. At Amity, we use only the finest langoustine tails so in buying into our scampi you are buying into a wealth of experience and quality control like no other.

“I am proud to say that I personally ensure every product from Amity is the very best catch and my hands on approach ensures that nothing slips the net.”

Amity Single Whole Tail Scottish Breaded Langoustine Tails is delivered fresh in 4 x 1kg bags. Amity Fish Company also offers a range of fresh MSC accredited fish and shellfish.
Amity Fish Company 01779474609 www.amityfish.co.uk



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