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Thousands of people from all around the world pledge not to eat farmed salmon

"We will not feed farmed salmon to our children. We're certainly not going to feed farmed salmon to our customers."

The Meikleour Arms gastro-pub take the salmon pledge! from Don Staniford on Vimeo.

Rising Up Against Farmed Salmon – Chefs, Fishermen, Celebrities & Concerned Citizens Take the Pledge!

Over ten thousand people from all around the world have now taken the pledge not to eat farmed salmon. Launched in November 2018, 'Take the Salmon Pledge' has attracted support from Alaska, Argentina, Belgium, British Columbia, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Maine, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Norway, Nova Scotia, Scotland, Sweden, Tasmania, United Kingdom and Washington. The latest video pledges include The Meikleour Arms in Perthshire, Scotland. "We never ever serve farmed salmon," says owner Claire Mercer Nairne. "We will not feed farmed salmon to our children. We're certainly not going to feed farmed salmon to our customers."

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