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ON SPECIAL — MAURITIUS RED DRUM (IF YOU LIKE STRIPED BASS, TRY THIS FISH)

No other farmed salmon can come close to the rich taste that has made Loch Duart a trusted salmon in elite kitchens around the world. Loch Duart Salmon carries the highest mark in French gastronomy — Label Rouge — which designates the best produced, and best tasting, products in the world. 

SAFE HANDLING — Keep frozen until ready to use. Remove from packaging and defrost in the refrigerator 8-10 hours before use. Do not defrost at room temperature. Once defrosted, do not refreeze and use within 3 days.

Loch Duart Salmon Ceviche Tostada by Andrew Robinson, Sous Chef of Tiger Mamma in Boston 
 

"I like to use quality Scottish salmon fed on as natural a diet as possible. I get this from Loch Duart."

— Chef Gordon Ramsay

Loch Duart Salmon is certified ISO 14001, Global GAP, RSPCA Assured, Label Rouge, Friend of the Sea and Label Rouge.

Loch Duart Salmon is a CleanFish. CleanFish seafood items represent the most innovative practices in seafood production and a commitment to aquaculture as an essential part of a sustainable future. CleanFish are raised to the highest standards of environmental stewardship and animal welfare.
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Loch Duart Salmon

From the French Laundry to the Royal Wedding, Loch Duart Salmon has graced the most discriminating tables in the world. 

Sold in 1 lb skin-on portions, individually vacuum-packed and super-frozen

Origin: Scotland

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