RE:OCEAN to produce 10,000 tonnes in land-based salmon farming in Sweden

    There is a lack of sustainable production and farming to meet the growing demand, Chairman Katarina Klingspor assures.

    RE:OCEAN will produce 10,000 tons of salmon in Sweden in a large-scale, sustainable, land-based farming facility in a marine environment. The project, which is backed by Sweden’s three leading grocery retailers Axfood, Coop and ICA, will involve an investment of SEK 2 billion, one of the largest investments in food in the country. The first salmon will be in stores in 2025, and from 2026 is expected to be in full production.

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