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We grow our salmon to be tasty, nutritious and safe to eat. This includes making it quick and easy for you to find the information you need should you have a specific allergy or intolerance.
We sell our Scottish farmed salmon to retailers, restaurateurs, distributors and wholesalers in head-on gutted form that is free from the following allergens:
Please note that our salmon does contain the allergen fish.
Important: when consuming salmon that has been processed or prepared by a third party thereafter, always read the label or ask your server for allergen advice.
Our Scottish farmed salmon is free from:
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – where bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites become resistant to a medicine that was previously used successfully to treat it – is considered one of the biggest issues facing global health today.
Whilst this resistance can occur naturally, it’s thought that over-reliance on antibiotics in human and animal health could be adding to the problem.
As such, medical and veterinary professionals around the world have been tasked with reducing usage wherever possible.
RUMA (Responsible Use of Medicines in Agriculture Alliance) set a goal in 2016 of 5mg antibiotic active substance per kg of salmon produced. This compares to a target of 25mg/kg for poultry meat (broilers) and 99mg/kg for pigs.
Scottish Sea Farms has been working proactively to reduce its use of antibiotics for several years, with no antibiotics used on its marine farms since 2012.
Antibiotic use in our freshwater hatcheries has been minimal with just 0.008mg/kg used in 2019 and zero antibiotics used since 2020.
How have we achieving this low-or-no usage?
Testament to our drive to reduce the use of veterinary medicines, and our responsible use of those medicines that are administered, the Veterinary Medicines Directorate surveillance programme has consistently detected no medicinal residue in our salmon destined for market.