A new initiative has been launched to encourage pupils to eat nutritious Scottish salmon in their school meals.
The body which represents the Scottish salmon sector has raised fears that a ‘trade war’ with the EU could have a devastating impact on Britain’s export market.
A report by the Food and Drink Federation has said Scotland’s economic recovery has largely been driven by strong growth in exports of drinks and seafood products, which together accounted for £5.2billion of total Scottish exports.
The body representing Scottish salmon has announced two new members of its board.
Rural Affairs Secretary Mairi Gougeon has today reaffirmed the Scottish Government’s commitment to reform of Scotland’s vital aquaculture sector.
Salmon Scotland has welcomed the announcement that the Global Seafood Alliance’s flagship conference is coming to Scotland in 2024.
It will be the first time the signature event – the largest international seafood conference of its kind - has been staged in the UK.
Salmon Scotland expands to welcome partner members from supply chain
Salmon Scotland has today announced an expansion of its membership to include partners from its supply chain in recognition of the significant and sustainable contribution to the nation’s economy.
Scotland’s farm-raised salmon sector has joined calls from the food and drink industry for more flexibility in the UK’s immigration system to help address labour shortages.
A new poll has revealed that a majority of Scots who live near salmon farms support the sector.
Residents said that salmon farms provide jobs for local people, help to improve the local economy, and provide a high-quality product that Scotland can be proud of.