Clean Seas Tuna ahead of schedule, will turn profit this year

Port Lincoln fish farmer Clean Seas Tuna is ahead of schedule and expects to turn a maiden operating profit this financial year as production and sales of kingfish surge well ahead of schedule.

The strong performance raises confidence that Clean Seas will thrive as a kingfish farmer, despite the lack of commercial success by its southern bluefin tuna breeding program.

Clean Seas Tuna CEO Craig Foster said the company is very pleased to report that kingfish stocks and fish survival are well ahead of budgets and previous performance levels.

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