June 2021 - MOWI - Scotland

Mowi wins Benromach Award for Excellence in International Business

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

The secret to a happy wrasse

This is what Mowi, as part of a collaboration with the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC), Otter Ferry Seafish, BioMar and Scottish Sea Farms, is trying to find out.  Ballan wrasse display complex behavioural traits which means that their ability to function as effective delousers for our farm-raised salmon depends not only on the obvious

MOWI gives food for thought

Once again, the recently launched MOWI branded salmon range was in the media, this time with a campaign around Good Mood Food. The brand team worked with nutrition-trained Chartered Psychologist Kimberley Wilson, author of ‘How to Build a Healthy Brain’, and conducted consumer research among 2,000 adults in the UK and found that they are

Local hero Rosie

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

Salmon and Salad

Collaboration between the University of Stirling, KelpCrofting and Mowi has resulted in the first crop of seaweed harvested from a multi-trophic aquaculture project. This milestone is important for the businesses and individuals pioneering the use of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) at a commercial scale. The aquaculture farms are located off the shores of Scalpay near

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