Seafood From Scotland brings back Scottish seafood to SEG 2024

Seafood from Scotland, in collaboration with Scotland Development International, will return for the 30th instalment of Seafood Expo Global (SEG) in Barcelona from 23-25 April. Team Scotland will be showcasing 18 Scottish producers from various regions across Scotland, representing every step of the sea-to-plate journey, featuring a diverse array of fishers and processors.

The event will also be an opportunity for the Seafood from Scotland team to engage with buyers, media, and producers from across Europe ahead of the organisation co-hosting the Responsible Seafood Summit with Global Seafood Alliance, taking place in St Andrews, Scotland in October this year. 

Renowned chef Steve Walpole and his team will return this year to provide delicious seafood dishes at the Scottish Seafood Bar, a hugely popular stand at the event, and for the first time, the chef’s team will be hosting cookery demonstrations each day.

The trade marketing organisation, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, will also be hosting a media brunch on Wednesday 24th April at the Scotland Pavilion for journalists to meet the Seafood from Scotland team and a range of Scotland’s leading producers. During the brunch, journalists will be able to sample some of Scotland premium and sustainable seafood and meet a range of producers. 

Marie-Anne Omnes, Head of Trade Marketing – Europe for Seafood Scotland said:

«The Seafood Expo Global in Barcelona presents an incredible occasion to engage with suppliers, buyers, and distributors worldwide. As Seafood Scotland commemorates its 25th anniversary, we are looking forward to participating once more to bolster Scottish seafood enterprises, fostering both existing relationships and forging new business ventures.

“I’m excited to showcase of Scotland’s premium, sustainable seafood over the three-day event. Through various events, culinary demonstrations, meetings, and networking sessions, we aim to champion Scotland’s diverse seafood offering while emphasizing its quality and sustainability. Such gatherings are instrumental in cultivating trade alliances while spotlighting the richness and excellence of Scotland’s seafood.»


Scotland Stand Exhibitors – Hall 2, Stand 2F601
Independent Exhibitors – Halls 1, 2 and 3
Associated Seafoods – Booth 7
Highland Smoked Salmon – Booth 12
International Fish Canners/Nor Sea/Nolans – Booth 9
Loch Duart – Booth 8
Lunar Freezing – Booth 1
MacNeil Shellfish – Booth 13
Orkney Crab – Booth 10
PDK Scottish Shellfish – Booth 10
Scottish Sea Farms – Booth 5
Scottish Shellfish – Booth 11
Simpson Fish – Booth 3
St James Smokehouse – Booth 2
Thistle Seafoods – Booth 4
Wester Ross – Booth 6
Scottish Quality Salmon – Booth 14
Label Rouge – Booth 14
Salmon Scotland- Booth 14
Seafood Scotland – booth 14

Ace Aquatec Ltd – 3GG200 (Seafood Processing Global) 
Bakkafrost Scotland – 2H201 
Cooke Aquaculture Scotland Ltd – 3F200 
Denholm Seafoods Limited – 2H601 
DFDS Logistics Limited – 3II501 (Seafood Processing Global) 
MacDuff Shellfish – 3M501 
MOWI Consumer Products UK – 3B401  
Pelagia AS – 2D300 
Seafish Industry Authority – 2I601  
Scottish Fishermen’s Organisation – 2H601  
XyRex Ltd – 1F901