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In 2021, Mowi´s revenues reached 4.208 million euros and harvest volumes of 466.000 tonnes. The company also sold a record-high 248.000 tonnes of value-added products. Also, during the forth quarter, the recovery in demand for salmon continued with a consequently price increase. Thereby, Mowi triple its earnings with an operational EBIT of 146 million euros in the quarter.

In Norway, Mowi’s largest and most important farming region, the company produced a record-high 273.000 tonnes of salmon in 2021. “I would like to thank all my 12.000 colleagues at Mowi for their dedication and hard work during 2021, in a challenging pandemic environment”, Mowi CEO Ivan Vindheim said.

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For the third year in a row, Coller FAIRR Index (world’s largest animal protein producers on sustainability ranking) has placed them on the top of the list. Further, their development in the retail market should continue to be strong. They have also produced more value-added products than ever through its downstream facilities

Mowi ASA is one of the largest seafood companies in the world, and the world’s largest producer of Atlantic salmon. The company employs 12.000 people and is represented in 25 countries. In 2021, the company had a turnover of EUR 4.2 billion.

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