Ever wondered why the flesh of salmon is pink, how many fish are exported, or what medicines the sector use? This area of the site will hopefully give you the answer to most of your questions. If there’s anything you can’t find do get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

No, Scottish salmon farming is not depleting the oceans of wild fish stocks. Scottish salmon farmers are committed to ensuring that ingredients…

No, Scottish salmon are not crammed into seawater pens. In Scotland our salmon are stocked in line with the best scientific research with around…

Scotland's salmon farmers look to minimise antibiotic use wherever possible and are committed to reducing usage even further.

Where…

In the scale of weird questions we get asked about Scottish salmon farming this has to be among the strangest.

On researching the…

All fish farmed by Scotland's salmon producers are humanely slaughtered at the point of harvest.

This means that 100% of Scottish…

What is formalin?

Formalin is a 37% aqueous (water) solution of formaldehyde and is an authorised medicine. Formaldehyde is the active…