Mowi Scotland has been granted funding by Scottish Forestry, the Scottish Government agency responsible for forestry policy, support and regulation, following a successful application to establish 102 hectares of native broadleaved woodland on the Isle of Skye. Mowi operates a number of fish farms on Skye, including at Caol Mor where our three local farms
BSW Group members, BSW Timber and Scott Pallets have joined forces to design and produce innovative timber pallets which will help Mowi to reduce its carbon emissions. 65,000 tonnes of fresh salmon is chilled, packed and shipped throughout the UK and abroad from Mowi’s flagship production facility, Blar Mhor, on timber pallets. Mowi approached Scott
MOWI ended the year with much to celebrate with core and new products winning three prestigious 2023 awards. MOWI celebrated wins in the Quality Food Awards, The Grocer’s Top Product Launches, and the Good Housekeeping Institute’s Taste Tests. This recognition by industry experts reinforces MOWI’s commitment to drive innovation and excitement in the fish category.
Mowi Scotland received unanimous council approval on November 28, 2023, for its salmon farm proposal in Kintyre’s Kilbrannan Sound which will create 10 permanent jobs and lead to substantial investment to reinvigorate the local community harbour in Carradale. Designed to have minimal visual impact on the environment, the new farm – North Kilbrannan – will
With approvals received for Mowi Scotland’s broodstock and egg facility at Ardessie, the first eggs have now been collected from specially selected Mowi broodstock. For the past several years, Mowi Scotland has been reliant on external egg supply since the export ban of ova from Norway restricted the supply of high-quality eggs available to
As fans and clubs reflect on another great season of shinty in 2023, Mowi has provided another cause for celebration with the announcement that it is extending its sponsorship for a further three years, marking an incredible 38 years of support for the Highland sport of shinty. Mowi CEO Ben Hadfield said: “We are pleased