Mowi Scotland’s salmon farm at Carradale North, consisting of 10 circular net pens containing 550,700 salmon (@~4.2kgs), shifted its position after becoming detached from its seabed anchors during Storm Ellen and strong tides in Kilbrannan Sound on August 20th, 2020. The company immediately informed Marine Scotland of the event and the potential for fish escape.
Mowi’s Scottish organic salmon has now entered the UK market, and the company is set to deliver a consistent supply of organic produce from its Scottish and Irish farms. Following certification from the Soil Association, Mowi has harvested its first organic salmon in Scotland from Loch Ewe. The organic salmon, which is also certified to
The Isle of Skye Smokehouse and Mowi have partnered to donate smoked salmon to health and care workers on the Isle of Skye. John Corfield, founder of the Isle of Skye Smokehouse, is smoking salmon donated by Mowi and delivering it to Broadford and Portree for NHS staff and two care homes free of charge.
Mowi and Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) are teaming up this week (June 17th) to showcase the employment opportunities in Scotland’s growing salmon aquaculture sector. Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) West Highland is providing a series of employer-led online events to showcase local employment opportunities. First up is Mowi, the world’s largest salmon aquaculture company
Mowi and its service suppliers are pleased to announce the latest addition to the Mowi fleet – a 35 metre vessel equipped with the latest technology for salmon sea lice management. Inverlussa Marine Services and Mowi Scotland have entered into agreement that sees delivery of the bespoke vessel and Thermolicer® system later this year. The
Mowi Scotland’s salmon farm at Port na Cro (Argyll and Bute) is the first farm in the UK to install new and innovative technology specifically designed to proactively avoid a tiny fish parasite that is found commonly on many marine fish. Known as the Tubenet, the project is part of a commercial-scale validation that follows
Mowi Scotland has become the first aquaculture company in the world to achieve Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification for freshwater lochs. Loch Lochy and Glenfinnan have become the first farms in the world to achieve ASC certification against the ASC’s revised trout standard. This is a significant milestone towards the company’s stated ambition to strive
With the sport of shinty traditionally uniting many communities and individuals in rural Scotland at this time of year, a new social media campaign is launched with the message: ‘Together from a distance, until the whistle blows again’. The new social media campaign, launched this past weekend, highlights the sport’s 2000 year history and
Mowi Consumer Products and FareShare continue to get fresh, nutritious salmon to vulnerable people amidst the Covid-19 crisis. With UK food producers and associated supply chains deemed an essential service, Britain’s largest salmon producer (Mowi) and the UK’s national network of charitable food distributors (FareShare) have made necessary changes to their business arrangement that ensures
Scotland’s largest supplier of Atlantic salmon has revealed its medium and long term strategies for salmon processing in the West Highlands. Following scoping ideas announced a year ago, the company plans to expand on its current ‘Blar Mhor’ factory near Fort William, while continuing to investigate the potential for a state-of-the-art processing facility at its