Label Rouge is a prestigious quality mark granted by the French Ministry of Agriculture to products demonstrating superior quality and taste.

Scottish salmon was the first fish and the first non-French food to receive this accolade in 1992.

In 2004, Scottish salmon obtained Protected Geographical Indication status (PGI) granted by the European authorities.

PGI is awarded to a product or a food with strong links to its geographical origin.

Label Rouge and PGI – dual recognition of the superior quality and the origin of Label Rouge Scottish salmon.