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With the Cook family at the helm for over 40 years, the Severn & Wye Smokery has supplied star-quality seafood, thanks to their focus on traditional smoking techniques. Their experienced team advocate artisanal curing and smoking methods, sharing their expertise by training local college students in their craft. Severn & Wye apply that same care and consideration to the fish themselves, working closely with the Marine Stewardship Council, RSPCA and organic certifiers to source their fish as responsibly as possible. The smokery has also made a number of efforts to match their responsibility with sustainability too – like eliminating their use of fossil fuels, installing solar panels, biomass boilers and wastewater purifiers, planting 350 new, deciduous trees, and utilising waste fish heads and scales. All these efforts help keep their carbon footprint as small as possible.
Salmon* (Salmo salar) (Fish) (91%), salt, dill*, rum*, black pepper*, sugar*
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.
*=produced to organic standards
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Nutritional Information per 100g/ml
Energy (kJ): 622
Energy (kcal): 148
Fat (g): 5.2
of which saturates (g): 2
Carbohydrate (g): 5.1
of which sugars (g): 0.1
Salt (g): 3.02
Keep refrigerated. Store between 0°C to 5°C and use within 3 days of opening and by the use by date. Product is supplied as ready to eat with no further cooking. Not suitable for home freezing.
Sleeves/wraps/seals: 70 Micron Pa/Pe Printed Vacuum Pouch & Metalised Grey Middle Backing Board (Not Currently Recyclable)
Contains BPA: No