Our value chain - from raw material to the final end-user.

Our consumers demand food safety. We believe it is our responsibility to take care of our planet and to contribute to a healthy life for both humans and animals.

We aim to decrease the environmental foot print of our value chain whilst delivering the best products on the market. As a supplier of fishmeal and fish oil we have been independently audited and certified as complying with the MarinTrust, first introduced to the market in 2010.

The MarinTrust program ensures that the animal feed, food and nutraceutical value chains that these key ingredients provide are both responsibly sourced and responsibly produced.

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Marine ingredients are our raw material.

Fish meal and fish oil are mainly produced from harvesting stocks of small, bony fish which reproduce rapidly and, for which, there is a limited demand for human consumption.

A significant part of the raw materials are recycled by-products from fisheries, from processing of both wild caught and farmed fish. In Europe and the Americas, fishing quotas are increasingly precautionary.

  • Derived from forage fish*, marine organisms such as fish, krill, shellfish and algae
  • A growing amount comes from by products: currently one third of the world’s fishmeal production
  • Three quarters of fishmeal and fish oil are used in aquaculture as aquafeed
  • Fish oil supplements are widely consumed with around 20% of the total fish oil going to this growing industry

* Forage fish are also known as Small Pelagic fish species. They come from low trophic level fisheries and refer to fast-growing, early-maturing and highly productive species.

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Jes Bjerregaard

Chief Executive Officer

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Kenneth Storbank

Chief Commercial Officer