Loch Fyne Oysters won the Fish and Seafood award for its Kinglas Fillet, Loch Duart Ltd took top prize for Foodservice Product of the Year for its Loch Duart Salmon; and Mara Seaweed for ‘Healthy Choice'
The Dornoch Firth Environmental Enhancement Project (DEEP) is a triple-helix partnership between Glenmorangie, Heriot-Watt University and the Marine Conservation Society and reflects the interests of the three institutions in the fields of marine environmental enhancement, mitigation and societal benefits.
The fifth International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely piloted Aircraft, (ISARRA) conference will be co-hosted by the Scottish Association for Marine Science, near the Scottish sea port of Oban in the county of Argyll and Bute, and the MEt Office Research Facility in Cardington, England.
Artisan producer Gigha Halibut is a progressive, environmentally sustainable fish farm which has teamed up with Inver Restaurant, Loch Fyne, to produce a new culinary delight for those connoisseur of fine Scottish Seafood, produced with the lowest carbon fin print.
Producers returned from a very positive and fruitful Seafood Expo Global in Brussels last week, as the industry announced its second best year ever for exports in 2016.
In an upbeat speech at the Scottish pavilion reception Scott Landsburgh, Chief Executive of the SSPO, spoke of ‘huge opportunities’ for the future of the UK’s favourite fish and Scotland’s number one food export.
Seaweed is increasingly used in several products, including food and pharmaceuticals. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has commissioned a study to examine opportunities for growth in the market in the waters around Scotland.
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