Caley Fisheries Caley Seafoods
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Fresh Filleting and Smoked Fish Daily

Caley Seafoods is a processor of the finest fresh Scottish seafood, with a reputation for quality second to none. Starting right at Peterhead quayside, the Caley Seafoods facility receives fresh catches which are rapidly processed for our customers to receive in seafresh condition.

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Caley Seafoods
Fresh From Scotland

We supply only Scottish caught seafish, processed in our own hygienic Peterhead factory, ensuring the lowest possible food miles through the supply chain from net to table; environmentally sustainable practice, ecological soundness and full traceability of all our seafoods including MSC certified source Haddock, Saithe and Coley, amongst other species. View Products

100% Scottish Through and Through

Caley Seafoods is eco friendly; fished by Scottish boats using traditional methods and landed directly in Peterhead, Scotland, it comes direct to the UK and Europe travelling the lowest possible food miles, with freshness guaranteed. Fresh cod, haddock, monkfish, saithe, pollack, whiting, hake, coley, sole, plaice, mackerel, herring, langoustine and species from deeper waters are hand processed by our experienced Scottish filleters (pelagic fish is machine filleted) to customer specification.

Provenance &

We are passionate about the continuity of the Scottish fishing community and work with the local Scottish fishing fleet to protect the environment and sustain fish stocks for generations to come. Read More


Environmental regulations, laws and codes of practice set the minimum standards of our environmental performance: Our team is committed to pollution prevention across our operations and to continuous improvement. Read More

Quality & Food
Safety Policy

Our Food Safety Policy is managed through a stringent Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point programme, working to the highest standards of Product Quality, Safety and Legality across our business. Read More