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New license in Patreksfjörður & Tálknafjörður

On the 28th of August, the Food and Veterinary Authority and the Environmental Agency issued a license for 10.700 T production in Patreksfjordur and Talknafjordur
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ASC Audit

During the period 16 – 18th of September 2019, an initial external third-party audit will be carried out at our location in Arnarfjörður at our site Hringsdalur
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Claims against Arnarlax dismissed in the Court of Appeals

The Icelandic Court of Appeals, Landsrettur, has confirmed the District Court of Reykjavik’s ruling and dismissed the claims of the owners of salmon fishing rights in the river Haffjarðará, Akurholt and Geiteyri, against Arnarlax - the biggest Iceland salmon producer, the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority and the Environment Agency of Iceland.
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Claims against Arnarlax dismissed

The District Court of Reykjavik has dismissed the claims of Akurholt and Geiteyri, the owners of salmon fishing rights in the river Haffjarðará, against Arnarlax, the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority and the Environment Agency of Iceland. The fishing right owners had demanded that the fish farming licenses of Arnarlax in Arnarfjörður would be annulled. Arnarlax, an Aquaculture Stewardship Certification – ASC certifiied company, is the largest farmer and producer of salmon in Iceland.
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Salmon from the Westfjords of Iceland is ASC certified

Icelandic salmon farmers Arnarlax and Arctic Sea Farm have achieved Aquaculture Stewardship Certification (ASC), one of the most stringent environmental certifications in world aquaculture. This means that all salmon harvested from the Icelandic Westfjords in 2019 will be ASC certified. Both companies operate at locations in fjords on the Westfjord‘s peninsula of Iceland.
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Fjarðarlax issued a provisionary operating license

Fjarðarlax (100% owned by Arnarlax) has been issued a provisionary operating license due to cancelation of the operating license the company had been granted earlier this year.
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Kristian Matthiasson decides to step down as Arnarlax CEO

Kristian B. Matthíasson, co-founder of Arnarlax and CEO, has decided to step down from his position next year as his family is planning to move to Norway in the summer.
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The Icelandic Chefs Association and Arnarlax have reached an agreement

The Icelandic Chefs Association and Arnarlax have reached an agreement
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The story of Arnarlax

Víkingur Gunnarsson Arnarlax's senior director in a short interview
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