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Cooke Aquaculture Scotland is one of the leading producers of Scottish salmon, and the largest producer of organic Scottish salmon.

Part of the Cooke family of companies since 2014, Cooke Aquaculture Scotland is a vertically-integrated producer headquartered in Glasgow and with Atlantic salmon farming operations in Orkney, Shetland, mainland Scotland and the north of England.

Our seawater salmon farms are located in Orkney and Shetland, the most northernly part of the United Kingdom.

The strong tidal waters surrounding the islands make them the perfect place to rear the world’s finest salmon, with one of the lowest carbon footprints of any farmed livestock.

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As well as developing new seawater sites, in 2019 we made the decision to take more control over our feed and established our own in-house feed division – Northeast Nutrition Scotland.

Located at Invergordon Feed Mill in the Scottish Highlands it is already one of Scotland’s largest fish feed manufacturers. We are constantly researching and developing our feed to meet the nutritional needs of our fish and ensure that our salmon stay healthy, grow efficiently and thrive in the marine environment.

Latest News

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New Orkney salmon farm approval confirms aquaculture is planned sustainably

  Kirkwall, Scotland, UK – September 8, 2022 – Cooke Aquaculture Scotland Ltd. welcomes the Orkney Islands Council Planning Committee’s decision today approving the creation of a six cage salmon farming site located offshore of East Moclett, Papa Westray, in the North Sound. “We appreciate that the Planning Committee was guided by and accepted the thorough technical and scientific reviews
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Report shows Cooke salmon farming supports island life in Orkney and Northern Isles

Kirkwall, Scotland, UK – August 17, 2022 – As one of the largest employers in Orkney and Northern Isles, Cooke Aquaculture Scotland has released an economic impact report showing that the company’s salmon farming operations are having a significant positive social impact on their employees and community viability of the remote islands. The report is titled Cooke Aquaculture Scotland and
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Trio of firsts as Cooke deploys new hybrid feed barge

A hybrid feed barge which slashes carbon emissions has been deployed on one of Scotland’s newest organic salmon farms. The hybrid barge has been deployed at Cooke Aquaculture Scotland’s Mill Bay organic site in Stronsay, Orkney by Inverness-based aquaculture supply company Gael Force Group, working in partnership with Norwegian sustainability leaders Fjord Maritime, who developed the hybrid technology. Under the
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Today Cooke Aquaculture Scotland continues to grow responsibly and sustainably – our success comes from our ability to control every part of the supply chain, enabling us to maintain consistently high standards and achieve fast delivery of fresh salmon to our customers.