Marine Harvest has sold its 11.92% stake in Norwegian seafood group Havfisk.
A busy week for results as the first-quarter reporting season got into full swing. We heard from global food manufacturers as far afield as Latin American and Russia, with the likes of Sigma Alimentos owner Alfa and Cherkizovo Group updating the markets. Here is just-food's weekly financial round up.
Seafood group Marine Harvest has said that its 2015 and 2016 harvest volumes “will not be affected” by the volcanic eruptions in Chile that have seen more than 6,000 people evacuated from their homes in the past week.
Marine Harvest hailed a "strong" fourth quarter as it reported broadly flat operating profit this morning (4 February).
Marine Harvest, the Norwegian salmon specialist, has entered into a deal that will see it merge its Chilean business with local seafood group AquaChile.
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