19th May 2016

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The study showed that there was no difference in the nutritional quality of the Omega 3 fish oil extracted from the Atlantic salmon fed on Camelina fish oil, and that from Atlantic salmon fed on wild fish oil. Both fish colonies grew and fed with equal efficiency.

Professor Douglas Tocher, leading the study at the University of Stirling, said: “The development of these novel plant oils, tailored to human requirements, represent a sustainable way to farm fish with high levels of omega-3 fish oils that maintain their high nutritional value to the human consumer while preserving wild fish stocks.”