A 'SALMON WAGON' has collected nearly £600 for a Rosyth charity as part of a 4,230-mile Scottish road trip.

The food truck operated by Mowi has been raising vital funds while visiting community events across Scotland.

All of the proceeds from food sales went to local charities and, after selling at the Rosyth Gala, raised a total of £570 for Rosyth Eats.

Mowi Scotland's community engagement officer, Jayne MacKay, was delighted with the effort, which saw a total of £7,318 raised over the summer.

"We built the Salmon Wagon in 2019 to engage with our local communities and raise funds for the causes closest to their hearts," she said.

"Since then, we have attended numerous events around Scotland and been lucky enough to support a range of charities and causes vital to communities.

“It is humbling to see the work being done at local level around the country and we are delighted to be able to help and support those in need through donations to – this year – foodbanks, mental health, children’s charities and other great causes.”

This week, Mowi was recognised for its efforts in responsible fish farming.

It picked up the ASC UK Retail Supplier of the Year award at the MSC UK Sustainable Seafood Awards.

The awards, now in their ninth year, celebrate outstanding achievements and performance in the area of sustainable fish and seafood, across the entire UK business and industry spectrum.