Project examines putting damaged fish on the menu

(06/11/18)

A Norwegian service boat provider has been awarded NOK3 million (£278,000) to develop a way of using damaged and dead salmon for human consumption instead of silage.

Currently Norway silages 140,000 tonnes a year of salmon – a volume not too far short of the entire production of Canada or Scotland - that are damaged or die in connection with mechanical handling such as lice treatment, disease treatment or the sorting of large fish.....................................


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