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MOWI wins ASC Brand of the Year Award 2023

Nina Gomeche, MOWI Brand Manager, and Robin Brown, Head of Technical and Development at Mowi Consumer Products, collect ASC Award MOWI has been voted the ASC Brand of the Year for 2023 in the Aquaculture Stewardship Council UK annual awards ceremony at the Fishmonger’s Hall in London on October 26th. The dedicated ASC awards celebrate

Mowi International returns with a bang

Scotland’s journey to Newry, Ireland, for the highly anticipated Mowi Shinty Hurling International culminated in a compelling match, ending in Ireland’s triumph by 22-14. The game, marked by intense sportsmanship and fervent energy, showcased the unwavering dedication and skill of both teams, leaving an indelible mark on the sporting landscape. Amidst the fervour, heartfelt appreciation

Mowi Salmon Rosyth boosts local sports clubs with £10,000 in Cash for Kids Sports Challenge

For the second year in a row, Mowi Salmon Rosyth was delighted to partner with Bauer Media in its Cash for Kids Sports Challenge which saw sports clubs from across Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife and Falkirk raise £74,149.63. This phenomenal total was then boosted by £10,000 by Mowi. The total of £84,149.63 will now be

Salmon Wagon has raised over £14k for Scottish communities with Mowi inviting applications for 2024

As we say goodbye to summer for another year, communities and local charities are looking back on the many successful events and festivals they held – with 12 local causes across Scotland having particular reason to celebrate. Across the country in 2023, the fundraising Mowi ‘Salmon Wagon’ served up delicious barbequed salmon dishes at events

Mowi invests in crucial safety equipment in shinty

Mowi is proud to help make newly approved shinty helmets more affordable and accessible to players as part of our long-standing relationship with the Camanachd Association, shinty’s governing body. A rule was passed at the 2022 AGM of the Camanachd Association stating that all players under 21 should wear helmets. Now, thanks to Mowi’s five

Community engagements for Loch Etive taking place this month

As previously reported, Mowi has launched a community engagement process to explore the potential for its farms at Loch Etive to grow post-smolt salmon. The farms at Loch Etive are part of Dawnfresh Farming’s operations acquired by Mowi Scotland earlier this year. Two events have been organised to provide an opportunity for members of the

Mowi Youth Development Fund to support ten shinty clubs

Mowi Scotland is delighted to boost grassroots level shinty by donating £5,000 to ten shinty clubs as part of the Mowi Youth Development Fund. The Camanachd Association and Mowi Scotland revealed the successful applicants of the Mowi Youth Development Fund last month. The ten clubs chosen to receive £500 each to further their youth development

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