New Wave Foods
New Wave Foods has ambitions to become Scotland’s leading processor of edible seaweed.
The start-up company has been granted a licence to sustainably harvest seaweed on the north and east coasts of Caithness.
Stewardship is central to the company’s approach; seaweed will be cut by hand and harvest areas fallowed to allow regrowth.
New Wave Foods
Unit 16C - 1 & 2
Wick Airport Industrial Estate
News for New Wave Foods
SHORe the Scottish Seaweed Company (SHORE), the trading name of the Alness based seaweed processing company New Wave Foods Ltd, has expanded its product range having secured a £1.7million finance package. The company has one of its bases at the industrial estate near Wick airport.
Wick based New Wave Foods is looking for more seaweed harvesters to help with increasing demand for their products. New Wave Foods has been sustainably harvesting high-quality seaweed for food over the last six months.
A Wick-based firm aims to expand production this autumn by recruiting casual workers to gather a forgotten food from the wild coasts of Caithness. New Wave Foods has been sustainably harvesting high-quality seaweed for food over the last six months.
The first batches of seaweed have been harvested and processed by a new food and drink business in Wick. New Wave Foods has invested £240,000 at its newly fitted out premises on the Wick Industrial Estate with support of £60,000 from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
A new food company aims to make good use of a resource that Caithness has in abundance - seaweed. New Wave Foods has ambitions to become Scotlands leading processor of edible seaweed.
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