Our planet’s surface is 70% water, and food from our seas plays a vital role in providing food security and contributing to a healthy diet.
Aquaculture is transforming the seafood industry and Mowi is playing an important role in that change – leading the planet’s blue revolution. At Mowi in Scotland, we raise our salmon in cold and clear Scottish Highland waters and employ 1,500 staff, with 48 farms that produce over 68,000 tonnes of salmon annually.
Our salmon products are primarily sold within the United Kingdom – and our salmon are the UK’s most-valued food export, enjoyed by customers around the world
The latest allegation from anti-salmon farming campaigners is shown to lack veracity when compared to farming data released by Mowi Scotland’s processing operations within days of filming occurring. Activist Don Staniford took to entering into the company’s salmon pens on 16/17th July with an underwater camera to target individual fish showing signs of distress.
Last night, at the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) Highlands and Islands Awards, Mowi Scotland was awarded gold in the category for excellence in international business. The judges, who were looking for a business in the Highlands and Islands which best demonstrated a track record of outstanding achievement in the global marketplace, involving a strong
Fish Farm Manager at MacLean’s Nose, Watch Commander for local fireteam, Deputy Officer for the coastguard team, Chair of the Community Council, a crofter and a mum of three – meet Rosie Curtis, a formidable woman we are proud to have on our team. Rosie has been with us for 23 years. Encouraged to apply
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