Fifax Becomes the First Farm in Finland to Achieve ASC Certification

Fifax’s Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) farm is based in Åland, a group of islands in the Baltic Sea between the company’s two main markets, Finland and Sweden.

Finnforel to Invest EUR 45M in New Production Facilities and Build First Selective Breeding Centre for Rainbow Trout in Finland

November 17, 2021 Finnforel

Finnish technology company Finnforel has become one of the world’s leading ecological fish farms since it was founded in 2017. The company’s products are currently sold in more than a thousand grocery stores in Finland under the Saimaan Tuore brand. Finnforel achieved a significant breakthrough in November 2020, when its million-kilo production plant in Varkaus achieved maximum capacity level for premium fish farming.

After Nonnative Fish Farming Ban, Cooke Aquaculture Plans a Shift in Puget Sound

October 29, 2019 Nathan Pilling, Kitsap Sun

For years, Atlantic salmon have been raised in floating net pens Cooke Aquaculture owns in Rich Passage off the south end of Bainbridge Island. Following a state ban on nonnative fish farming in 2018, the company is now eying a shift to raising native fish in Puget Sound.

Rainbow Trout Farmers Accelerating the Shift towards ‘Digital Health Monitoring’ in Line with Stringent Seafood Safety Regulations, Finds Fact.MR

July 11, 2019 Fact.MR

With a projection of 950 thousand tons marking global consumption volume by 2019 end, rainbow trout continues to witness healthy demand as a high-protein low-cholesterol fish variety. Characterized by its excellent omega-3 fatty acid profile, rainbow trout is likely to see sustained sales, strongly backed by a relatively cheaper price point.