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Mowi Scotland will launch a salmon wagon food truck on the road this summer to feed the attending crowds and in the process raise funds for 10 chosen charities. Starting on the 2nd of May and finishing on 17 September. The wagon will be serving up salmon fillet burgers and noodle salads.


The first stop will be at Duror in support of the Kentallen and Duror Community Centre. Last, the journey will end at Kingussie to raise funds for the Mowi Youth Fund.

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“I think after what has been an extremely tough time for the country it will be great to get out to these gatherings and show our support for charities across Scotland. We are delighted to be working with the chosen 10 events and can’t wait to serve up our tasty salmon to benefit local good causes”, Scotland Community Engagement Officer, Jayne MacKay, said.

According to Mowi, Scottish charities and communities can apply to have the wagon at their event and select a calendar of events and charities to support.

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