Andfjord Salmon is committed to the UN's sustainability goals

Andfjord Salmon has implemented the UN's sustainability goals in the company's business strategy. The work on these goals should be reported regularly.

March 26, 2020:

Andfjord Salmon's vision is to develop aquaculture in a more sustainable direction. This also includes a conscious awareness with the fact that we manage a vulnerable common resource.

- We will take corporate social responsibility by integrating ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) into all our decision-making processes. For Andfjord Salmon, our low footprint is strategically and commercially crucial, says Chairman Roy Bernt Pettersen.

Among the UN's sustainability goals includes Clean water (6), Innovation (9), Responsible production (12) and Climate action (13), to name some of those relevant to Andfjord Salmon.

The salmons living conditions in the pools is another important goal: Life below water (# 14).

- Andfjord Salmon will report regularly from our work with sustainability goals. By committing ourselves to the UN 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development, we will work purposefully for sustainable development and progress both for the planet and the region we are part of. We have great ambitions in the area of ​​sustainability, as well as delivering good financial results, says Pettersen.

Read more about Andfjord Salmons sustainability, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance here.

- Andfjord Salmon's vision is to lead the blue revolution. We have the highest focus on salmon welfare, healthy food for the market and the lowest possible footprint and energy consumption. Our innovative technology makes all this possible, Pettersen explains.

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.