An expanded trade association for the Scottish salmon farming industry was created in 2006. The enhanced Scottish Salmon Producers' Organisation (SSPO) is responsible for representing the industry in political, regulatory, technical and media issues.
The expanded organisation has been created following an extensive period of discussion between the Boards of the then SSPO and Scottish Quality Salmon, as well as consultation within the industry.
The Scottish Salmon Producers' Organisation (SSPO) is the trade association for the salmon farming industry. With 95% of the tonnage of Scottish salmon production in its membership, SSPO represents the industry in political, regulatory and technical issues.
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