Maintaining our pristine freshwater and marine environment is essential in producing the finest Scottish salmon.
It is at the core of our farming operations and we are dedicated to our role as environmental stewards.
That’s why we use certified sustainable sources and work with approved supply chains.
Farm-raised Scottish salmon already has one of the lowest carbon footprints of all animal proteins, and we’re committed to doing more to become “carbon neutral” and play our role in tackling harmful climate change, in support of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals which recognise the role of aquaculture in feeding the world and saving the seas from over-fishing.
Our sea farms have low stocking densities with at least 98.5% water, so there’s plenty of room to allow our fish to swim and shoal just as they would in the wild.
Through our commitment to science-led research we continue to set the highest standards for responsible harvesting and sustainable processes across all aspects of our business.
Our approach to sustainability isn’t limited to protecting the environment: it’s also about being open and transparent in our business operations, growing in a responsible way and safeguarding the future for our people and communities.
GLOBALG.A.P. certification is the highest standard for achieving safe and sustainable aquaculture, and is aligned to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The GLOBALG.A.P. aquaculture standard sets strict criteria for legal compliance, workers' health & safety, animal welfare and environmental and ecological care to achieve good aquaculture practice at every stage of the process.
Find out more at GLOBALG.A.P.
ISO 14001 is the international standard for environmental management systems and is the benchmark standard to help responsible companies continuously improve their environmental performance and ensure compliance with all environmental legislative and regulatory requirements.
ISO 14001 also helps us to manage resources more effectively, further reducing our carbon footprint.
Find out more at ISO 14001
Code of Good Practice
As members of the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation, we adhere to their Code of Good Practice – 500 independently audited checkpoints covering every aspect of Scottish salmon farming.
We are also signatories of the SSPO’s sustainability charter, which commits us to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045 and becoming 100% reliant on renewable energy.
Find out more at SSPO