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The highest volume and lowest costs were in the north

Grieg Seafood has presented a trading update that includes a total harvest volume for the second quarter of 2022 of approximately 23,600 tonnes GWT.

The harvest volume (tonnes GWT) by region for the quarter were:
Rogaland: 5 000
Finnmark: 9 800
British Columbia: 8 800

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The Average regional farming costs per kg for the quarter were approximately:
Rogaland: NOK 46.8
Finnmark: NOK 40.6
British Columbia: CAD 7.9

The company will release the complete Q2 2022 report on Tuesday 23 August 2022 at 06:00 CEST.

During Capital Markets Day, Grieg Seafood listed its ambitions for 2022 and 2026 in an annual harvest volume of 120-135,000.

About Grieg Seafood ASA

Grieg Seafood ASA is one of the world’s leading salmon farmers. Our farms are in Finnmark and Rogaland in Norway, and British Columbia as well as Newfoundland in Canada. Our headquarter is located in Bergen, Norway. Grieg Seafood ASA was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in June 2007. More than 750 people work in the company throughout our regions.

Sustainable farming practices are the foundation of Grieg Seafood’s operations. The lowest possible environmental impact and the best possible fish welfare are both ethical responsibilities and drive economic profitability. Towards 2026, we aim for global growth, and cost improvements and to evolve from a pure salmon supplier to an innovation partner for selected customers.

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