First for Rosyth salmon processing plant

First for Rosyth salmon processing plant

The new multi million pound salmon processing plant at Admiralty Park in Rosyth took a major step forward this week with the production of its first pack of the company’s Harbour Salmon Co. product. The plant had been carrying out primary processing in the run up to the busy Christmas period. And now production ofContinue Reading

Strength in consultancy for aquaculture company

Strength in consultancy for aquaculture company

FOR several years, Mørenot has provided technical consulting services to sea-based aquaculture through its consultancy department in Mørenot Karmsund. As part of the Group’s decision to further development this service to the aquaculture industry, the department was established as an independent company (Ltd.) within the Mørenot Group from 1 January 2015. The company is nowContinue Reading

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IFFO responds to report on aquaculture in China

IFFO responds to report on aquaculture in China

IFFO WELCOMES a recent paper published in Science entitled ‘China’s aquaculture and the world’s wild fisheries’, recognising it as a useful and timely contribution, but with inaccuracies that need highlighting. The paper correctly lists some key areas of concern in China including the better use of by-products from the processing of aquaculture products, the issue ofContinue Reading

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Aquaculture backing for global fish contest

Aquaculture backing for global fish contest

MORE than 15 corporate industry leaders, investors, and philanthropists, have joined together to launch an intriguing new business competition called Fish 2.0, which connects investors with business leaders in fisheries, aquaculture and seafood supply chains. Participants include Google Ocean and Pentair, the UK provider of fish farming systems. Other sponsors include the Calvert Foundation, RSF SocialContinue Reading

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Scottish mussels to take a BBC starring role

Scottish mussels to take a BBC starring role

SCOTTISH rope grown mussels produced by Inverlussa Shellfish on the Isle of Mull will take a starring role on BBC TV’s James Martin Home Comforts programme later this week. A TV crew from the programme visited Inverlussa last summer and saw at first-hand how the mussels are grown and cultivated. Shown around the farm onContinue Reading