The trouble with trout: Solving a UK consumption crisis before it’s too late

The decline of trout aquaculture in the United Kingdom is in stark contrast to the growth of the country’s booming salmon sector and could disappear entirely within the next 20 years if it doesn’t reinvent itself, suggests research conducted by Dimitar Taskov from the Institute of Aquaculture at the University of Stirling.

By far the biggest cause of trout’s demise is the shrinking consumer demand for its main product – whole, portion-sized fish of less than 500…

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