Nueva Pescanova and Isidro 1952 strike turbot and bream deal
Nueva Pescanova has entered into an agreement for the exclusive commercialisation of two of and Isidro 1952’s farmed fish, turbot and sea bream. Under the Sea Bream from Galicia name, Isidro 1952 has been the only company in the world to successfully farm of this species.
Nueva Pescanova Group CEO Ignacio González and the CEO of Isidro 1952, Pablo Ángel García- Gascó, have signed a five-year co-operation agreement for the exclusive commercialisation of turbot and sea bream grown by Isidro 1952.
With more than 60 years in the seafood industry, Isidro 1952, owns the only aquaculture facilities in the world for sea bream rearing, a hatchery in Valdoviño and a hursery and grow-out facilities in Lorbé, both in A Coruña. Through this partnership, Isidro 1952 will go ahead with the farming activity while the Nueva Pescanova Group will take on the distribution and commercialisation of all the farmed sea bream, under the Sea bream from Galicia name.
This agreement also includes turbot. Isidro 1952 will carry out the faming activities and the Nueva Pescanova Group its commercialisation. With this agreement the Nueva Pescanova strengthens its position in the turbot market, for which the Group company Insuiña, engaged in the rearing and processing of turbot, already has a 3000 tonne annual production.
In addition to turbot and sea bream, Isidro 1952 also grows white and salmon trout.
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