Letter: GM facts ignored
Monday 09 August 1999
The organic standards cover water management, diet, animal welfare, harvesting and regard for the environment. At the hatcheries, water flows from a local burn and is pumped back cleaner than it went into the system. From the hatcheries, the salmon are reared in the strong seas where the Atlantic meets the North Sea. In both aquacultures, cleaning systems must not adversely affect the surrounding environment and hydrographic surveys must be done annually.
Our customers will soon be able to enjoy this salmon in the knowledge that the farming method will not have polluted the environment.
Technical Manager Organics
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