Andfjord Salmon looks to capitalise on its natural advantage

Andfjord salmon

Source: Andfjord Salmon

The land-based flow-through producer has a roadmap in place to produce 90,000 tonnes of fish by 2032 from its sites on the Norwegian island of Andøya

At the time of writing, Atlantic salmon farmer Andfjord Salmon AS had just confirmed that it is to progress with plans that will increase the total production volume at it Kvalnes site to 40,000 tonnes of head-on gutted (HOG) fish in the next seven years. To deliver this growth, the company has secured a NOK 700 million bank loan to expand the Kvalnes’ operations.

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