Cooke Aquaculture Now Wants to Farm Steelhead

Cooke Aquaculture is exploring something that has put environmental activists on alert: the possibility of transitioning its remaining net pens to farm native steelhead trout.

Cooke Agrees To Pay $ 330K Penalty To Washington

May 3, 2019 KGMI

The company that owned the Cypress Island farmed-fish net pen that collapsed in 2017 will pay the full fine imposed by the Department of Ecology.

Cooke Unveils Ambitious Fish Farm Expansion Plans in Nova Scotia

April 4, 2019 Paul Withers, CBC News

Cooke Seafood is refloating its proposal to build a salmon processing plant in Nova Scotia, as the New Brunswick-based seafood farming giant moves to expand in a province where it has been treading water for years.

Woodbridge International Closes Sale of Farallon Aquaculture de Nicaragua to Cooke Inc.

March 22, 2019 Woodbridge International

Woodbridge International, a global mergers and acquisitions firm, is pleased to announce the acquisition of its client, Farallon Aquaculture de Nicaragua S.A. (“Farallon Nicaragua”), by Cooke Inc., the parent of Cooke Aquaculture Inc.

Cooke Inc. Acquires Seajoy Seafood Corporation

February 1, 2019 Cooke Inc.

Cooke Inc. (“Cooke”), a New Brunswick company and parent of Cooke Aquaculture Inc., today announced the completion of its acquisition of the business of the Seajoy Seafood Corporation group, one of the largest vertically integrated, premium shrimp farms in Latin America.