Icelandic Land Farmed Salmon building 10,000-MT flowthrough farm

Icelandic Land Farmed Salmon (ILFS) is building a 10,000-metric-ton Atlantic salmon farm in Iceland’s Westman Islands. The farm is expected to receive its final environmental assessment in November 2022, project manager Kristin Hartmannsdóttir told SeafoodSource. When completed and operational, the farm will produce 9,000 metric tons (MT) of head-on, gutted salmon annually, according to Hartmannsdóttir. The project, initiated in 2018, is being led by ILFS chairman and founder Lárus Sigurður…

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