Norwegian Salmon Producers Face Antitrust Lawsuit

March 26, 2021 The Maritime Executive

The plaintiffs, led by Ohio wholesaler Euclid Fish Company, allege that some of the world’s biggest producers of Atlantic salmon – including Marine Harvest (Mowi ASA), Bremnes Seashore, Grieg Seafood, Lerøy Seafood, SalMar and Cermaq – worked together to artificially boost prices.

Factory-Farmed Salmon: Does it Make Sense to Grow Fish in Indoor Tanks?

December 7, 2020 Mark Kurlansky, The Guardian

One of these land-based salmon farms is planned for Bucksport, a down-on-its-luck industrial town of 5,000 people on the estuary of the Penobscot, a struggling wild salmon river.

First U.S. Harvest for Atlantic Sapphire

September 30, 2020 Atlantic Sapphire

On Monday, September 28th Atlantic Sapphire celebrated a groundbreaking moment in the company’s history, realizing a 10-year old vision with the first harvest of USA-raised Bluehouse Salmon, at scale. Our innovative production technology has resulted in sustainably raised, premium salmon, fresh from Florida. This development marks a historical moment for the U.S. seafood industry.

Global Salmon Initiative Strengthens Climate Commitments Announcing New Ambitious Targets As Part Of Advanced Vision For The Future

Building on the group’s strength in applying collective knowledge and expertise to accelerate improvements in sustainability performance, the GSI is introducing new projects to address global challenges in climate, food and nutrition security to further cement the farmed salmon industry as the global leader in producing sustainable and nutritious protein.

Farmed Salmon Sector Leads the Way in Transparent Reporting of Sustainability Data and Sees Impact of Innovation

At the Seeds&Chips Global Food Innovation Summit in Milan, Italy, the Global Salmon Initiative (GSI) released its annual Sustainability Report, providing 6 years’ of data across 14 key indicators – 9 environmental and 5 social – for 14 of the world’s leading salmon farming companies.