An investigation is to be carried out into the cause of a blaze which ripped through a city centre warehouse.
More than 30 firefighters tackled the fire at the Alfa Wholesale Grocer in Lancefield Street, in the Finneston area of Glasgow, just after 8.30pm Friday.
Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service mobilised engines from Yorkhill, Polmadie and Cowcaddens after receiving "multiple" 999 calls.
Crews arrived on Friday night to find a "developing" fire with black smoke billowing from the premises.
They tackled the blaze from both sides of the detached single-storey building, using a combination of ground and aerial jets, to prevent it spreading.
Water was still being sprayed over the warehouse from a high hose reel jet on Saturday morning and a large pillar of smoke continued to rise from the building.
One onlooker at the scene on Friday night, who asked not to be named, said she knew the two men who owned the cash and carry.
She said: "They had just left at about 8.30pm and about half an hour later got a call to say it was on fire. There's lots of flammable things inside, which could be why there's been so much black smoke."
Local business owners arrived at the scene to make sure their premises had not been affected.
The service said a fire investigation would begin once the scene has been made safe.
There were no reports of any injuries.