Sustained population growth, individual income growth and requirements for a healthy diet, all produce a daily demand for products that meet the highest quality and safety standards. This refers not only to the nutritional value of these products, but that they are responsibly produced without affecting the sustainability of their environment.

Since its inception, the salmon farming industry has been committed to exporting first class products that comply with the most demanding global standards, in order to successfully provide three species to over 100 countries and leading markets such as Japan, USA and Brazil.

Salmon is Chile’s second largest export product, after copper, with exports exceeding US$ 4,600 million.