Omega-3 levels fall in farmed salmon but it’s still a top source

James Wright

Researchers: Feed changes to increase sustainability have changed its nutritional profile, but farmed salmon still has few peers in omega-3s Farmed Atlantic salmon flesh. University of Stirling researchers say recent aquaculture feed formulation alterations to include more plant-based ingredients, and a lower dependence on wild fish, have changed farmed salmon’s nutritional profile, based on data collected in Scotland since…

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  • James Wright

    James Wright

    Editorial Manager
    Global Aquaculture Alliance
    Portsmouth, NH, USA