About Andfjord Salmon

Andfjord Salmon™ is granted a concession to farm 10,000 MT of salmon from the Norwegian government. The facility is designed to avoid problems with salmon lice and poisonous algae. It has robust barriers to prevent escape and to minimize impact on marine life.

The company

Located on the island of Andøya in the Arctic archipelago of Vesterålen, Norway, Andfjord Salmon has developed an innovative aquaculture concept for shore-based farming of Atlantic salmon, based on its patented flow-through technology. The concept represents the best of traditional sea-based salmon farming, combined with the advantages of being land-based.

Andfjord Salmon’s ambition is therefore to build and operate the world’s most sustainable aquaculture facility of its kind. The nearby Gulf Stream provides oxygen-rich water at an ideal temperature, unaffected by other salmon farms, which contributes towards a lower risk of infectious diseases. Further, Andfjord Salmon will not face problems with salmon lice or algae as it sources seawater below the level where these organisms live.

The pools are escape-proof and are equipped with an innovative cleaning system that utilises biological waste as a resource, while preventing the pollution of marine life. Andfjord Salmon AS is listed on Euronext Growth in Oslo under the ticker “ANDF”.

Andfjord Salmon is a Norwegian company established in 2014. The company is listed at Oslo Stock Exchange (ANDF), and located at Kvalnes on the northernmost island of Andøya in Vesterålen, Norway.