Exploring scenarios for reducing use of wild fish by the Scottish farmed salmon industry.
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We set out to find out whether eating farmed salmon fed on wild fish was a good way to get micronutrients in our diets.
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For an industry supposedly committed to transparency we are disappointed by the low level of engagement
The salmon industry uses roughly the same quantity of wild-caught fish to feed its salmon as is purchased by entire UK population.
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Growth of the industry is dependent on a finite and unsustainable source: wild-caught fish.
There is mis-match between the salmon industry’s desire for expansion and the ceiling on wild fish available for feed.