Contentment the decisive factor
Only healthy fish eat, grow and maintain high quality. Health and contentment are closely linked. That is why profitability in the entire value chain, from the roe stage right through to the dining table, is dependent on the well-being of the fish. The fish have to live a good life.
Clean water, the best feed, plenty of space in the cages and good hygiene throughout – assure good fish health without the use of medication. In addition, stringent regulations have also been adopted that secure consumers’ right to good and healthy food. This is how a good network for quality control is developed:
The authorities check that the regulations are complied with and that fish health is good.
The fish farmers’ own control systems ensure good quality and revenues.
Harvesting and packing stations and carriers are responsible for maintaining the quality at its best all the way to the market.
Seaborn monitors all stages of the process; we are responsible for ensuring that our customers are satisfied.
Finally, the customer decides whether the fish meets his/her expectations. That is the decisive test.
A system for traceability and a certificate of quality allows everyone an opportunity to check each step in the value chain.