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How oysters are farmed in Scotland’s lochs

Scotland’s lochs have unparalleled water quality. And the waters of Loch Fyne Oyster Farm, in particular, are of class A purity at least six months of the year. Local landowner Johnny Noble and marine biologist Andy Lane started the oyster farm in 1978. Since then, they’ve grown it into a global business, exporting internationally to Barbados, South Africa and Hong Kong, as well as stocking in prestigious London retailers.

But what makes these oysters so special?

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