The Scottish Salmon Producers’ Organisation (SSPO) Chief Executive, Julie Hesketh-Laird, has announced her decision to leave the organisation in the autumn.
SSPO member Loch Duart, has announced the creation of up to 40 new jobs for the Highland town of Dingwall.
The jobs boost follows the Sutherland and Uists-based producers purchase of its own fish processing facility for the first time in the company’s 21-year history.
The Fisheries Minister Victoria Prentis MP has written an open letter to the UK's aquaculture, fishing and seafood sectors, thanking them for the role they are playing in keeping fresh produce flowing to UK consumers during the coronavirus pandemic.
A family-owned Highland business is to create 14 new jobs as it expands its support for Scotland's salmon farming sector.
Fergus Ewing MSP, the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism, has issued a letter (8th April) thanking Scotland's aquaculture sector for the part it is playing in maintaining supplies of fresh, healthy produce to consumers through the coronavirus crisis.
Q&A with Julie Hesketh-Laird, Chief Executive of Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation (SSPO) on salmon farming during the Covid19 outbreak.
How are Scottish salmon farmers managing to get their produce ready to go to market?
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has published COVID-19 guidance for food business operators and their employees.
(Above image: Protective screens installed and social distancing measures at Mowi's Rosyth processing facility)
The Department of Transport has written a letter in support of the UK haulage sector, aimed at highlighting the vital role they are playing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has announced a new 16-week partnership with job recruitment app, Syft.