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Edinburgh Chef helps Boost Scottish Seafood to USA Market

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Edinburgh Chef helps Boost Scottish Seafood to USA Market

Edinburgh Chef helps Boost Scottish Seafood to USA Market
March 07
14:04 2016

Scottish chef Mark Greenaway has travelled to Boston to attend Seafood Expo North America (SENA), which is currently taking place and aims to showcase outstanding produce caught and farmed around the world.

Mark GreenawayCIS Excellence-nominated Mark (pictured right), whose eponymous Edinburgh restaurant has itself been recognised for the quality of its seafood dishes, is managing the Seafood from Scotland stand at the show (above), cooking Scottish haddock, salmon, trout, langoustines and monkfish in front of a live audience.

Clare MacDougall, Trade Marketing Manager at Seafood Scotland, said: ‘America has strong links with Scotland, and Boston in particular has a strong link with our fishing heritage.

‘Export trade is crucial for the seafood industry in the UK, and we are delighted to be collaborating with Mark as we demonstrate the quality and diversity of what Scotland’s waters have to offer.’

An ambassador for Scotland Food and Drink, Mark represented Scotland on BBC 2’s Great British Menu and was the only chef in Scotland to be awarded 3 AA Rosettes for culinary excellence in 2012.  He added: ‘I’ll be cooking a range of Scottish seafood in new and interesting ways that will show off the superior quality and taste of the fish, while also appealing to an international audience.’

Seafood Expo North America takes place in Boston from 6th-8th March.      

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