Salmon in Scotland is farmed to world class standards, including those laid out in the Code of Good Practice for Scottish Finfish Aquaculture.
The Technical Standard for Scottish Finfish Aquaculture determines the technical requirements for fish farm equipment in Scotland.
The earliest recorded efforts to hatch salmon eggs date way back to 1838!
In 1992, Scottish salmon was the first fish and first non-French product to be awarded the Label Rouge quality mark.
In numerous taste tests and polls of international seafood buyers, Scottish Salmon has been voted the world's best.
Scottish salmon offers higher than average wages and opportunities for people to build lifelong careers.
Scottish salmon is the UK's top food export, with sales worth £578 million in 2022, according to official statistics released by the UK Government.