Mowi named most sustainable protein producer fifth year in a row
November 7, 2023
For the fifth consecutive year, Mowi has been ranked the world’s most sustainable animal protein producer by the Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index.
The Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index is the most detailed assessment of the largest meat, dairy and farm-raised fish producers in the world. Rankings for each of the 60 companies assessed are determined by a risk and opportunity score across environmental, social, and governance-related criteria including greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation and food safety.
Speaking about Mowi’s ranking on the Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index, CEO Ivan Vindheim said: “This shows again that Mowi is at the forefront of sustainable food production. I am proud and humbled to lead an organization that is a recognized leader in sustainable food production.”
Mowi has consistently scored at the top of the index since its inception, due to its robust policies on responsible sourcing, animal welfare, environmental sustainability and more.
Chief Sustainability and Technology Officer, Catarina Martins, added: “Our ultimate goal is to unlock the potential of the ocean to produce more food for a growing world population in a way that respects our planet, so we are extremely proud to be named the most sustainable protein producer and see our hard work recognized once again.”
Salmon stands out
The 2023 report found that aquaculture companies, primarily salmon companies, continue to perform better than land animal protein producers.
“Three salmon companies on top is impressive and reinforces the recognition of salmon farming as frontrunners on sustainability,” Martins said.
About the Coller FAIRR Index
The Index is designed to provide financial institutions with best-in-class data, analytics and trends on the protein sector to integrate into their investment decisions and engagement strategies and is positively shaping trends in the global protein market, by shedding light on where corporate policy or disclosure is behind the curve. It has become the go-to resource for investors to assess how well key suppliers in the food chain are managing environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks:
- Greenhouse gas emissions
- Deforestation & biodiversity
- Water use & scarcity
- Waste & pollution
- Working conditions
- Animal welfare
- Food safety
- Sustainability governance
- Alternative proteins
For further information about The Coller FAIRR Index, visit: https://www.fairr.org/index/