17.05.22

Statement on Northern Ireland Protocol, 17 May 2022

Responding to the UK Government Foreign Secretary’s position on the Northern Ireland Protocol, Donna Fordyce, Chief Executive of Seafood Scotland:   “Any action that has the potential to upset the still precarious trade movements between the UK and the EU will be most unwelcome for Scotland’s seafood sector and on behalf of the fishing communities,… View Article
12.04.22

Seafood Scotland respond to Marine Conservation Society ratings, April 2022

“The Marine Conservation Society’s recent advice, to avoid Scottish crab and lobster on the basis that whales may become entangled in fishing gear, has been released without clear scientific evidence to support it, and worryingly, the consultation with experts in the sector seems patchy.  It is our understanding that these instances are very rare, and… View Article
29.03.22

Masterclass Series now available online !

During March 2022, Seafood Scotland hosted four masterclass sessions covering everything from how to add value through creating seafood butters with CJ Jackson to a Social Media Masterclass with Clark Communications and finally a whistlestop tour of the Exporting Process and Opportunities for businesses in this area. All these Masterclass sessions are available for the… View Article

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