Robust, wild Native oysters from the greatest survivng bed of native European Flats in the world. Loch Ryan should probably be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Harvesting rights were granted to the Wallace family by the King of England in 1701. In 1996, the family began restoring the beds under the guidance of Tristan Hugh-Jones. Since then, the biomass has doubled and sustainable harvests have risen from 20 million to 40 million pounds.