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They took over the shop, which sells traditional oak-smoked kippers, local fish and shellfish, from the Swallow family, who had run the north Northumberland fishmonger for around 30 years as part of an uninterrupted line of fish businesses based on the same site.
The business is the final stop in the Seahouses village heritage trail and incorporates the smokehouses where the kipper was invented in the 1840s, facilities which are still used today.
Sales of the world-renowned Craster kipper, cured in the same traditional way by the Robson family for the last 99 years, have boomed over the festive period, despite the substantial setback caused by July's blaze.
Firefighters fought to save one of Northumberland's world-famous kipper sheds from going up in smoke at the weekend.
Brakes was recently named as the UK's MSC supplier of the year for the 3rd year in a row and is now strengthening its range further with the addition of three mackerel and two kipper lines.
Mrs Leadsom said: "She is absolutely right to point out the importance of labelling "I did a bit of research myself into the North East's Craster kippers and Wylam Gold ale and other iconic names.
04A MAN pleaded guilty at Liverpool Police Court to stealing kippers from one of the Isle of Man steamers.
4 Kippers I've had an overwhelming craving for kippers on toast.
Except to me, it seems, from the kippers (or Ukip as they like to be called).