Scottish salmon has a lower carbon footprint than most other farming sectors, and produces more edible meat for every tonne of feed used.
Who are the Aquaculture Safety Group (ASG)?
The health and safety of all those working in Scottish aquaculture is of paramount importance. That's why Scotland's salmon farmers are all members of the Aquaculture Safety Group (ASG).
What is the Scottish Salmon Sustainability Charter?
Scottish salmon farmers are fortunate enough to work and live in some of the country’s most beautiful locations. We’re inspired on a daily basis to play our part in ensuring they stay that way for generations to come.
Is Scottish salmon a healthy and responsible source of protein?
Scottish salmon is not only a fantastic healthy food, it is also a responsible way for people to get essential high quality protein.
Could salmon farming help feed the world?
A 2016 United Nations report highlighted the key role aquaculture is playing in contributing to global food security.
What is Scotland’s 10-Year Farmed Fish Health Framework?
The Scottish government has launched a '10-Year Farmed Fish Health Framework' which sets out measures to support sustainable growth across the Scottish fish farming sector.
What was the outcome of the 2003 Strategic Framework for Scottish Aquaculture?
The Code of Good Practice for Scottish Finfish Aquaculture is the result of an agreed industry action arising from the 2003 Strategic Framework for Scottish Aquaculture.