Scottish farmer first with BioMar’s latest feed

Loch Duart

New salmon diet lowers carbon emissions, utilises more circular and restorative raw materials and uses less ingredients derived from wild fish stocks

Small-scale, low-impact salmon farmer Loch Duart has confirmed it has switched its feed to BioMar’s new Blue Impact diet that the aquafeed producer launched last year. The northwest Scotland company is the first salmon producer to use the diet.

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