Salmones Camanchaca commits to steep production increase despite H1 losses

Salmones Camanchaca's processing plant in Tomé, Chile.

Calling the first six months of 2021 an “obstacle,” Santiago, Chile-based salmon farmer Camanchaca Vice Chair Ricardo García insisted that the business’s fundamentals remain unchanged, committing to the company’s growth plan to reach 70,000 metric tons (MT) in harvest … 

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