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For the fourth time in a row, a salmon producer has topped the sustainability rankings of the world’s 60 largest publicly traded protein producers in ten environmental, social, and governance topics. Mowi is the top-ranked company, but it is not alone. Six other salmon companies join it in the top 10.

It is followed by Grieg Seafood in second place, Lerøy Seafood in fourth, Salmones Camanchaca in sixth place, and Bakkafrost, Multi X, and SalMar in eighth, ninth and tenth places respectively. See the complete ranking here.

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The FAIRR report showed that aquaculture has the trend to have the highest improvement on a year-on-year basis, showing the sector’s collective focus to improve sustainability in all parts of the value chain. It also focused that aquaculture companies perform better than other animal protein producers, particularly in the risk factors of biodiversity, antibiotics, and deforestation.

About Coller FAIRR Index

The Index is designed to provide financial institutions with best-in-class data, analytics and trends on the protein sector to integrate into their investment decisions and engagement strategies and is positively shaping trends in the $1.6 trillion global protein market, by shedding light on where corporate policy or disclosure is behind the curve. It has become the go-to resource for investors to assess how well key suppliers in the food chain are managing environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks:

  1. Greenhouse gas emissions
  2. Deforestation & biodiversity
  3. Water use & scarcity
  4. Waste & pollution
  5. Antibiotics
  6. Working conditions
  7. Animal welfare
  8. Food safety
  9. Governance
  10. Sustainable proteins

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