Selonda sea bass farm in financial trouble

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SeafoodSource staff

Published on
December 6, 2011

The Welsh government has confirmed that a state-of-the-art fish farm on Anglesey is facing difficulties, believed to be financial.

Selonda UK, a Greek-owned company, produces 1,000 tons of sea bass at its plant at Penmon near Beaumaris.

Concerns have been raised on a social media website about the future of the 2 million fish at the plant. 

The Environment Agency says it is monitoring the situation with the Welsh government taking the lead.

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