The Netuno Group was founded in Recife at 1989. At first, it operated as a seafood distributor for the Northeast states of Brazil. Within five years, Netuno was among Brazil’s ten largest seafood exporters.
The quality of our Products and professionalism are statements that always walked side by side in the company.
The Netuno is made up of seafood processing plants, refrigerated distribution centers and shrimp farms. All strategically located, in Brazil Northeast.
The Group’s domestics and foreign market shares continue to grow steadily, being one of the largest seafood companies in Brazil, with over four thousand active clients in Brazil alone, in addition to the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, Korea, Latin America and the European Community.
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Nestle accused of using slave-caught fish United States
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