Nordic Blu Salmon from Skjerstadfjorden will be sold at restaurants and stores in North America’s largest Italian restaurant and retail chain Eataly.
Just two months after the official opening of the fillet factory in Bodø, Salten Salmon has achieved Global G.A.P and ASC certification. Watch the video from the production.
Watch this exciting and great video showing how 150 million salmon start their lives in the world’s most modern plant for roe production, Salmobreed Salten.
A potential of 7,000 tons of fillets annually and a vision of Bodø as a fishing town. Today is the official opening of the Salten Salmon fillet factory in Rønvikleira, two years after Insula ceased operations at the premises.
Very soon the new Salten Salmon factory will be up and running. It is expected that to begin with 3,500 tons of salmon will be processed in these premises.
This week, salmon from Skjerstadfjorden is being launched under a new brand name in the USA. Wenberg Fiskeoppdrett and Edelfarm will supply salmon to American plates through their newly developed brand name Nordic Blu.
The new technology will provide a sustainable way to increase salmon production. OceanTech – the fish farming facility of the future.
Selling salmon to the Indian market is pioneering work. What started out as an idea in 2012, led to Polar Quality India Pvt. Ltd. being established in 2016. Now, the sales are growing slowly but surely in a market that has enormous potential.
Salmon produced in Skjerstadfjorden is one of the most sustainable seafood choices you can make. This is according to an international consumer recommendation published last Monday (February 5, 2018).
Robert Johansen (34) from Andøya has been appointed as the new CEO of the export company Polar Quality in Bodø. “It was an opportunity I couldn’t refuse” he says.