Comment posted Loch Fyne Oysters sold to Scottish Seafood Investments by john in kintyre.
Tarbert Saxon and Ewan Kennedy your anti-fishfarm bias is astounding in your comments.
Surely this investment secures the future of Loch Fyne Oysters, which can only be good for the employees.
Having read other reports on this, is it not the fact that in return for investment Scottish Seafood Investments have aquired 100% of the equity in Loch Fyne Oysters with full agreement of employees.
Scottish Seafood Investments through Associated Seafoods have been active in the Seafood Market recently aquiring Lossie Seafoods of Lossiemouth and Moray Seafoods of Buckie and investing significant funds into the business’s.
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