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Laeso Fish Ltd Achieve Another Year SALSA Accreditation

Scottish Seafood Association (SSA) is delighted to support Laeso Fish Ltd, which achieved another years SALSA accreditation recently. Based in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Laeso Fish
Jimmy Buchan, CEO of SSA

SSA mentors learners through REHIS/Seafish online learning programme

Scottish Seafood Association (SSA) is proud to support learners with online learning and has been providing mentoring support to learners in a number of

Fishing industry warns labour shortages could affect food supplies

https://www.channel4.com/news/brexit-fishing-industry-warns-labour-shortages-could-affect-food-supplies

SSA elects first chairwoman

The body that represents Scotland’s seafood processing industry has elected its first chairwoman.  Amber Knight of MacNeil Shellfish was unanimously chosen to lead the

Fish processors demand urgent action from PM on labour shortage 

The Scottish Seafood Association today demanded urgent action from the Prime Minister on labour shortages within the sector during a face-to-face meeting in Fraserburgh. 

Scottish Seafood Association (SSA) helps Highland Seafood Business Gain SALSA Accreditation

Scottish Seafood Association (SSA) is delighted to have supported Bannerman Seafoods, which gained SALSA accreditation recently. Based in Tain, Highlands, Bannerman Seafoods is a

Remote learning and exams having a great impact in rural locations

Remote learning was introduced by Seafish in May last year in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. It has been a huge success, helping companies

SSA CEO urges new Fisheries Minister to consider industry post brexit

SSA : A Voice To Government

The Scottish Seafood Association provides a number of services to support the Scottish Seafood industry, including training, advice, research, and funding support. One of

Seafish Survey on impact of Covid-19 & Brexit

For those of you who missed the announcement, Seafish are carrying out a processing sector survey. Researchers will be contacting all seafood processing businesses