Northern Harvest Sea Farms is a family operated business with its origins dating back to 1985 when the Ingalls family began farming Atlantic salmon and trout in the Bay of Fundy.
Focus on detail and quality, and a solid work ethic has allowed the company to become one of Canada’s largest aquaculture companies.
The company today is run by Larry and his brothers David and Neil. Northern Harvest Sea Farms has farming operations in New Brunswick and Newfoundland with over 250 employees. In 2007, the company opened a processing plant in St. George, New Brunswick offering a full range of products including fillets, steaks and portions. In addition to Atlantic salmon, the company processes trout, char and halibut.
As the company has grown it has continued to focus on product quality. Our objective is to remain a recognized industry leader in both farming and processing.
22-12-2017 | Marine Harvest (OSE:MHG): Marine Harvest enters into a Share Purchase Agreement to purchase Northern Harvest. The acquisition price on a cash and debt free basis is CAD 315 million, and the intention is that the consideration will be paid in cash using available credit lines under Marine Harvest's existing revolving credit facility. The Company is expected to harvest 19 thousand tonnes (GWE) of salmon in 2018, and has currently 45 farming licenses in Newfoundland and New Brunswick. The Company has an additional 13 farming licenses in application mode.
Jack mackerel catch limit for 2020 increased Peru
Norm indicates that an additional 40,000 tons will be exclusively for fishing with artisanal vessels. Until March 20, 97.7% of the 100,000 ton-quota assigned last January had been met.