Scottish smoked salmon and shellfish producer Associated Seafoods returned to the black in its latest financial year ending October 2019, but with Brexit looming and the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic yet to be seen, the future is unpredictable, the company said.

After suffering an operating loss of £188,109 (€206,260/$241,944) in 2018, Associated Seafoods managed a significant turnaround, posting an operating profit of £797,306 (€874,238/$1 million) for the year.

Overall turnover for the group – which is the parent company of Lossie Seafoods and Moray Seafoods – also climbed 26.9