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    Biological problems harm Bakkafrost results in the fourth quarter of 2021

    Despite the operational EBIT of DKK 120 million (€16 million), the company admits that it is not as expected.

    Increased catches and higher salmon prices have helped the results to remain positive. However, the continued biological problems suffered by Bakkafrost, both in the Faroe Islands and Scotland, have led the company’s own CEO, Regin Jacobsen, to admit that they are not as expected in the presentation of results for the last quarter of 2021.

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