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Top grading for Cressy hatchery

Petuna’s salmon and ocean trout hatchery in Cressy has become the first multi-species hatchery in the world to be awarded Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification from the Global Aquaculture Alliance. Petuna’s products can now carry three-star BAP labelling. BAP is an international certification program based on science-based and continuously improved performance standards for the entire aquaculture supply chain. It is backed up by independent audits that evaluate on-going compliance. Petuna CEO Mark Porter said: “Environmental and social responsibility is key to our business and adding our hatchery to our already accredited marine farms demonstrates the continued hard work and dedication our team puts in across every aspect of our business.”

7 October 2015, Edition 165

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