Since 1961 the name Ristic has stood for innovation. Because when just a handful of people were thinking about it, we started to bring the best seafood from faraway lands onto German tables.
The portfolio of products we market today ranges from uncooked seafood through barbecue skewers ready to eat. The sustainable catching of wild seafood has been and still is just as important to us as the certified as organic shrimps farming in accordance with Naturland regulations.
To be able to guarantee top-quality products, we invested in a warm-water shrimp processing plant more than 10 years ago that is still unique inside Germany. Thanks to our expanded cold storage warehouse with a capacity of some 5,500 pallet spaces and our in-house laboratory, we are the partner you need when it comes to the sensitive production and marketing of seafood.
In March 2016 Ristic AG was taken over by GBC, the parent company of the Belgian shrimp supplier Morubel. The two shrimp specialists expect the merger to result in a broader range of sustainably and responsibly sourced shrimp for consumers.
Commercial disasters declared for nine West Coast fisheries United Nations
The Commerce Secretariat determined that nine salmon and crab fisheries in Alaska, California and Washington experienced commercial failures, which will enable fishing communities to seek disaster relief assistance from Congress.
ICES identifies 'substantial' species distribution shifts Denmark
A total of 16 out of 21 species examined by experts of the Workshop on Fish Distribution Shifts in response to a request from the EC have shown changes in their distributions across the northeast Atlantic since 1985, with hake and mackerel shifting the most.