A blue future
By 2050, the world’s population will likely be nine billion people, one-third more than at the millennium. Because more than one billion people are already undernourished, the world must produce twice as much food in 2050 as in 2010 to meet the needs.
The potential for growth is at sea, and not to land: roughly 70 percent of earth is covered by water, but less than five percent of the world’s food production is happening in the ocean. No wonder we believe that the future is in the ocean.
In a sustainability perspective, cod farming has a very low environmental footprint. This contributes to the fact that cod in the future will be a highly sustainable food resource for people around the world. There is no doubt that we globally face major challenges in terms of producing enough food for the world’s population and we believe that we can make a difference.
Cod farming in the future
Focusing on eco-sustainable food production, we want to work closely with all relevant academic and professional environments.
Focusing on eco-sustainable food production, we want to work closely with all relevant disciplines to together develop food production in step with nature to produce good healthy food for the population in a gentle and prudent manner.
We take fish health seriously and therefore employ dedicated health and safety guidelines our fish healthcare, so we can make sure we treat our fish with respect, and to further the quality of the food it makes for.
We will actively work to promote the environment, we are in a unique position where we now work actively together with potential suppliers of equipment and services where we will be in front with environmentally friendly measures.
Follow the cod
We will consciously be open about our processes and wish everyone who wants it to follow our cod, we want to convey to the world that this is a sensible and forward-thinking way to produce food.
Do you want to follow the cod, send e-mail to email@example.com