A North-east fish and chip shop is one of only two businesses in Scotland to be shortlisted for a sustainable award.
The Bay Fish and Chips in Stonehaven has been shortlisted in the coveted Food Made Good “Most Sustainable Foodservice Business” 2017 award.
It will be competing against two Michelin starred restaurants, as well as other businesses including a country pub, street food stall and a cookery school for the title.
Owner/Chef at The Bay Fish & Chips Calum Richardson said: “A brilliant achievement for Team Bay.
“To be named amongst such brilliant names in the foodservice industry is an honour.
“This shortlist recognises our commitment and devotion to sustainability behind everything we do at The Bay, but it also recognises our work with schools and academies educating the next generation about sustainability. Roll on 5 October!”
The award will be given to the business who has received the highest Food Made Good rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association in the last year and will be presented on October 5.