The June issue of Fish Farmer is out now online The sense of a return to something like normality was palpable in Aviemore last month, as the Aquaculture UK trade show and conference returned after a four-year absence. You can […] New advisory body for Scottish aquaculture meets today The Scottish Government will today take another step towards reforming aquaculture regulation, with the inaugural meeting of a new strategic advisory group for the sector. The Scottish Aquaculture Council, which […] Open mind for closed cages Millions in whatever currency you prefer to choose have been thrown at trying to crack the stubborn problem of sea lice in fish farms – so far, with relatively modest […] Thistle Seafoods buys Dawnfresh’s Uddingston plant Thistle Seafoods has agreed a deal to acquire the Dawnfresh fish processing facility at Uddingston, near Glasgow as a going concern. In September 2021 Dawnfresh announced plans to close the […] Andfjord celebrates first smolt release Andfjord Salmon announced at the weekend that it has successfully released smolt in the company’s first land-based pool at Kvalnes, on the island of Andøya in Norway. Company CEO Martin […] Autonomous transport vessel wins state funding An ambitious project to build two hydrogen-powered, remotely controlled and autonomous-ready containerships has secured NOK150m (£12.5m) in funding from Norwegian state enterprise ENOVA. The SeaShuttle vessels, the developers say, will […] Seafood companies in the running for Excellence awards The Scottish Salmon Company’s Native Hebridean Smoked Salmon has been shortlisted in the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2022. The star product, which has already won national and international […] A new take on FIFO A recent study from researchers at three UK universities (Cambridge, Lancaster and Liverpool) and the NGO Feedback Global argued that humans should be consuming small pelagic fish like sardines and […]

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Online meetings may have kept the shellfish industry in touch over the past two years, but it was a relief to everyone to be able to attend the 52nd Annual […] Continue Reading

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