According to the Guardian you could have purchased 200g of smoked Scottish salmon in Lidl at Christmas for £2.65. Today, direct from the Inverawe smokehouse, 200g will cost you £12.75. Quite a saving, but the Lidl Salmon is not from Inverawe.
Scottish salmon, processed, but of course, in Poland. It has not come back from its holiday refreshed. The texture is greasy and gelatinous and its ineffectual smoke is one-dimensional. You might be able to use it as an ingredient in, say, a quiche, but served on its own it would be badly exposed.
Clever marketing. Use the best bits of the product (Scotland) and leave out the worst. A lot fewer people would probably buy a pack of “Polish processed Scottish smoked Salmon“. Apart from the insanity, are you thinking about your carbon footprint here? No.