Quality certificates

Food safety can be documented in all parts of the value chain for each delivery from Seaborn. Marco Polo is the EU’s support programme for projects that focus on increasing the use of rail and sea transport instead of road transport. This means fewer lorries on the roads, less pollution and carbon emissions and more efficient goods transport. Seaborn is concerned with ensuring that most of its transport is by rail and sea.


Seaborn takes our impact on the environment seriously and we take a number of measures to reduce our impact on the environment.

We have a corporate sustainability strategy with set goals which enables us to reduce our impact on the environment. As an example we try to reduce road transport and use train transport as much as possible. We strive to use direct transport, avoiding stopping at terminals between destinations.

We are pleased to inform you that from this week on Seaborn will use a more environmentally friendly plastic on all of our vacuum packed products. This environmentally friendly plastic is a green polyethylene which is made partly from plants, such as sugarcane. It is very positive for the environment that renewable resources are used. This plastic has a lower Co2 footprint compared to regular plastic.

This is just the beginning. Our aim is to use more environmentally friendly packaging on all of our products in the future. In Seaborn we care and we choose to take responsibility for our impact on the environment and we hope others in the industry will follow our lead. We are committed to protecting the planet. We listen to you and to your needs. We are here to meet the requirements of our current and future salmon and trout consumers.

We see that our fish farmers and consumers appreciate our effort in protecting the planet. We are on this journey together and it pleases us that the new generation of consumers care as much about the environment as we do and we are especially grateful for their support.

Green Dot Norway

Seaborn is a member of Green Dot Norway, an organisation that provides financing for return schemes for packaging and that runs the return scheme for plastic packaging, cardboard packaging and beverage cartons.


This label tells consumers that the fish has been produced at a farming facility that meets standards relating to the environment, quality and the use of chemicals.
Seaborn issues a quality document for each delivery that provides complete information about the producer, biological data, production data and fish feed. Seaborn’s goal is that the whole chain shall achieve GLOBAL G.A.P certification.