A total of 51 salmon farming sites in Scotland accused of having poor environmental protection measures have been “named and shamed”.
Scottish Salmon Producers’ Organisation
Conservationists have hailed new research findings which they say confirms that sea-lice from salmon farms are causing “major damage”.
Thousands of fish have died following an outbreak of disease at two fish farms on Lewis.
Overseas sales of Scottish salmon leaped to a record high of £346million in the first half of 2017, with the latest figures showing a 70% rise in export value compared to the same period last year.
A new study has been launched to establish if there is a link between fish farming and dwindling numbers of wild Atlantic salmon.
Scottish salmon producers celebrated 25 years of the prestigious Label Rouge accreditation at a seminar and dinner in Edinburgh yesterday.
Salmon farming nemesis Don Staniford has warned the continued use of antibiotics to combat disease in the industry is a public health risk.
The Scottish Salmon Producers’ Organisation (SSPO) has cast its net for a new chief executive to replace Scott Landsburgh.
Scotland’s salmon farming industry increased its capital spending by 16% to £63.1million during 2015, a new report says.
Leading businesses and organisations in Scotland’s aquaculture industry have joined forces to create an ambitious growth strategy.
Salmon and Trout Conservation Scotland (S&TCS) has claimed new figures for wild fish catches on the west coast highlight an adverse impact of salmon farms in the area.
Scotland’s salmon farming industry will be keeping a close eye on a scientific gathering in Chile next week.
A former boss of Scottish Development International (SDI) has been out and about visiting fish farms in her first few days as the Scottish Salmon Producers’ Organisation (SSPO) ’s new chairman.
North and north-east seafood firms hope to land new business across the Channel after taking part in a trade show hosted by one of France’s largest supermarket chains.
A salmon farming catastrophe in Chile has highlighted the potential for disaster to strike the industry anywhere in the world, producers in Scotland warned yesterday.
The main trade body for salmon farming in Scotland hit back yesterday following a fresh wave of criticism about the industry’s impact on wild fish stocks.
Scientists say salmon can be selectively bred to resist a potentially deadly parasite which is costing Scottish fish farmers tens of millions of pounds a year to keep at bay.
At least 100,000 pupils have been taught about Scotland’s fishing catch in an innovative scheme aimed at persuading more youngsters to eat fish and other seafood.
The Scottish Government has been accused of turning a blind eye to polluting fish farms that doe not meet industry standards.
Apprenticeships in Scotland’s salmon farming industry is helping to sustain “lifeline” businesses in remote parts of the country, a trade body said yesterday.
Scottish salmon raked in £500million in overseas sales for the first time in 2014 as it leapt to the top of the UK food export league.
Scottish businesses are eyeing new business in China after taking part in the world's second largest seafood trade show.
A small rise in output during 2013 has taken Scottish farmed salmon production to the highest annual total in a decade.
Overseas exports of Scottish salmon grew by £60million in the first six months of the year, industry figures show.