Andfjord Salmon reports “solid growth” in 2022
The salmon farmer reports strong growth and high survival rate at its land-based pool at Andøya, Norway, with first harvest due in mid 2023.
SWEN Capital Partners’ Blue Ocean Fund closes at €170 million
The impact fund invests directly in unlisted, innovative start-ups working to support ocean health regeneration.
Faro may introduce its own “salmon tax” later this year
The Faro government may increase the maximum land rent tax rate from 5% to 20%, with salmon farmer Bakkafrost likely to be among the hardest hit.
Visscher Seafood acquires salmon exporter NRS, the sales arm of SalMar
The Dutch importer and processor, Visscher Seafood, has a trading activity’s deal with the Norwegian arm of SalMar, Norway Royal Salmon (NRS). Full details are not yet available.
SalMar’s SalmoSea closes Rørvik processing facility, cutting 110 jobs
Norway's proposed ground rent tax was among the reasons behind the closure, according to a company statement today.
Farming Connect program to support Welsh farmers counts with £22,9m budget
The Farming Connect Program is a part of the Sustainable Farming Scheme agenda of the minister of Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths. He will attempt to support the Welsh farmers for the following years with a £22.9m Budget to achieve net-zero carbon emissions.
Ventisqueros is not for sale
The Chilean salmon company denies the rumours circulating in the market and the media about the Schorghuber Group selling it.
Nordic Halibut and Skretting, a partnership for a sustainable future
Nordic Halibut has signed a three-year contract with halibut feed supplier Skretting. The collaboration of both companies is expected to provide stability and predictability for feed supply, which is crucial for Nordic Halibut’s growth plan.
Norcod satisfied with achievements and focused on changes
Norcod’s Q4 report reveals many achievements and also reveals aspects to keep on improving to achieve their market goals.
Prices go up but customers do not go down
The trifecta of skyrocketing food, labor, and energy prices are some of the consequences and challenges that are suffering food service operators despite the increase in total annual sales in U.S. restaurants in January.