THE Welsh Government is holding talks with a joint Greek-Saudi-owned aquaculture company to secure the future of one of the UK’s largest fish farms which is facing difficulties.
Selonda UK operates an extensive and modern recirculation sea bass farm on Anglesey and the Welsh Government has said it is aware of problems at the site. Some workers claimed they have not been paid for at least two weeks, but this has not been confirmed.
The company has received millions of pounds in UK and European grant money since it was set up in Anglesey almost 10 years ago. The farm, which produces around 1,000 tons of sea bass a year, is jointly owned by the Greek fish farming enterprise Selonda and a Saudi-based business called The Jazadco Development Company….