The rise in popularity of langoustines is saving Scottish fishing communities, according to local exporters. Fishing ports such as Stornaway, Mallaig, Lossiemouth, Buckie, Ayr and Troon would have been destroyed when the white-fish industry died off after quotas were slashed. Most langoustines caught in British waters are destined for export to restaurants in mainland Europe where they are more prized than they are in Britain. The Observer